Distribution of national seigniorage profits is a matter for governments – ECB

Distribution of national seigniorage profits is a matter for governments – ECB  New head of Commission’s civil service is seen as key backer of seigniorage proposals European Commission:  https://www.centralbanking.com/central-banks/3433841/distribution-of-national-seigniorage-profits-is-a-matter-for-governments-ecb . The European Commission’s headquarters Dan Hardie 29 Mar 2018 Tweet Facebook LinkedIn Save this article Send to Print this page Followi Dan Hardie Europe European…

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Good economy vs Bad policy: who will drag Europe?

Good economy vs Bad policy: who will drag Europe?   Nowadays the world is facing different issues of primary importance and government institutions are working to find timely solutions in order to bring together all the forces involved. The main issues in EU concern Brexit and the current negotiations for a long-term relationship between EU…

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Global Citizen Education: an ambitious challenge for the EU!

Global Citizen Education: an ambitious challenge for the EU!   For many years, the Global Citizenship Education (GCE) has been recognized at European level as a powerful and fundamental educational tool to face the current global challenges and to favor the achievement of the 2030 Agenda development objectives. In the UNESCO words “Global Citizenship Education…

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The Shared market: the future EU-UK partnership!

The “Shared market”: the future EU-UK partnership!   In this conference, held in Brussels on 1st march 2018 by FEPS and IPPR, Tom Kibasi and Marley Morris, Director and Senior Research Fellow of I.P.P.R. (Institute for Public Policy Research), have presented their report on the “The Shared Market” (dated December 2017). This proposal sets out a plan…

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The perception of the economic crisis in EU Member States national newspapers

The perception of the Economic Crisis in national newspapers of the EU Member States   The global financial crisis that started in 2008 created considerable stress in the euro area. The common shock produced different problems in each euro-area country. National problems and solutions took centre-stage in national discourses leaving systemic euro-area issues largely unmentioned.…

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