Restoring Europe's Prosperity: Macroeconomic Papers from the Centre for European Policy Studies
- Olivier Jean Blanchard() (MIT)Rudiger DornbuschRichard Layard() (London School of Economics)Registered editor(s):
Restoring Europe's Prosperity is the first annual produced by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), an independent research institution which focuses on the major medium- and long-term issues facing the European community and Western Europe both internally and internationally. The most important economic problems of past years have concerned unemployment, economic growth, fiscal deficits, and the value of the US dollar. It is clear that past and present economic policies have not effectively addressed these problems. This CEPS annual selects the best work of the Centre's Macroeconomic Policy Group; a rotating group of distinguished economists who are studying macroeconomic conditions and trends, the implications of the economic policies being pursued, and possible alternative policies.
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