Populism has spread across Europe and North America in recent years, culminating in the UKâ€™s vote to leave to the European Union and the USâ€™ election of Donald Trump as President. This yearâ€™s EEAG Report addresses the causes and consequences of populism as it affects Europe in three closely related chapters. The first of these explores the nature of populism; the second focuses on Brexit; and the third examines migration into Europe. These three chapters follow the reportâ€™s customary opening, with Chapter 1 devoted to a review of global macroeconomic conditions and outlook. The theme of populism, Brexit, and Donald Trump permeates this chapter, as well as increasing uncertainty and slowing global growth.
Volume (Year): (2017)
Issue (Month): (03)
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