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The New York Times’ article on our Modest Proposal: My reaction

, 09/06/2011

As regulars of this blog know, its initial purpose was to promote a different way of thinking about the global, euro and Greek crisis and, in particular, to present what Stuart Holland and I call the Modest Proposal for Overcoming the Euro Crisis. (See also the plethora of supporting posts here.) Today, the New York […]

Article in Die Zeit, promoting the Modest Proposal

, 13/05/2011

A couple of days ago, Die Zeit kindly invited me to write an article expounding the virtues of the Modest Proposal for Overcoming the Euro Crisis in view of the Der Spiegel article that raised the alarm regarding Greece’scurrent predicament. In effect, Die Zeit gave me a forum from which to argue that this is […]

A brief radio interview on the first anniversary of the Greek government's request for a massive, destructive loan

, 22/04/2011

Some folks requested a link to my last BBC interview on the one year anniversary of the Greek so-called bail out request. Here it is (jump to around the 9 minute 20 second point to go directly to the relevant segment):  http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/p00g2f90

What should we do with Europe's zombie banks?

, 16/03/2011

I think that regular readers  can predict my answer. It is the one that in fact any banker would, in a fit of honesty, give you: Non-performing loans must be deleted from the banks’ books. Same with derivatives that stand no chance of finding a market/buyer. These nonperforming paper assets weigh banks down and ensure […]

Further debate on the Modest Proposal for the Resolution of the Euro Crisis

, 16/01/2011

JG, a regular contributor to this blog (see here and here) and ex City of London banker, suggested to me that Step 1 of the Modest Proposal should be rethought in the context of the experience with Brady bonds; the financial instruments US Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady devised in order to tackle the Debt Crisis […]

The Modest Proposal for the Euro

, 16/11/2010

A two-part plan for overcoming the eurozone’s crisis, re-designing its crumbling architecture, and reinvigorating the European Project (jointly authored with Stuart Holland, ex Member of Parliament in the UK, a former advisor to Jacques Delors and, currently, Visiting Professor at Coimbra University, Portugal)

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