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“CROSS-BORDER” KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS. A THOUGHT ON GREECE – versus – THE EURO GROUP: “TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION” ?

There is an elephant in the the Greek Debt Crisis room that no one is openly addressing : Should Keynesian Economic policy apply in a situation where one country demands that another country “prime its pump” when it has no … Continue reading

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