The unpleasant legacy of the crisis: public debt and low trend growth in the Eurozone

Nicholas Crafts interviewed by Viv Davies, 21 January 2014


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See Also

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Crafts, N (2013b), “Saving the Euro: a Pyrrhic Victory?”, CAGE-Chatham House Policy Briefing Paper No. 11.

Buiter, W and E Rahbari (2013), “Why Do Governments Default and Why Don’t They Default More Often?”, CEPR Discussion Paper 9492.



Topics:  Economic history Macroeconomic policy

Tags:  ECB, eurozone, fiscal consolidation, public debt, gold standard, financial repression, debt monetisation

Nicholas Crafts

Professor of Economics and Economic History at the University of Warwick and CEPR