Daniel Gros, Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies.

Europe cannot escape the crisis in its financial markets until it fixes its banks. >>
Fan Gang, Professor of Economics at Beijing University and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Director of Chinas National Economic Research Institute, Secretary-General of the China Reform Foundation, and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of

In a sense, what China has been doing seems to me to be the creation of a true Keynesian world: more private business and freer price competition at the micro level, and active countercyclical policy intervention at the macro level. >>

The Naked ECB

Howard Davies, former Chairman of Britains Financial Services Authority and a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, is currently Director of the London School of Economics. His latest book, Banking on the Future: The Fall and Rise of Central Ban

The crisis in the eurozone remains far from resolution. Investor worries are now concentrated on the health of European banks, many of which have large exposures to Greece and the other southern European countries with severe fiscal problems. >>
Joseph S. Nye, Jr., a former US Assistant Secretary of Defense, is a professor at Harvard University and author of Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics.

The EUs approach to sharing power, hammering out agreements, and resolving conflict by multiple committees can be frustrating and lacks drama, but it is increasingly relevant for many issues in a networked and interdependent world. >>
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