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1. The rising cost of European Union borrowing and what to do about it

2. Using RRF resources to kick-start a job-rich recovery in Greece

3. Household Wealth Inequalities in the wake of the Greek Debt Crisis

4. Istanbul Journal of Economics: Volume 72 Issue 1

5. Don’t look only to Brussels to increase the supply of safe assets in the European Union

6. Will corporate debt choke the post-COVID-19 recovery?

7. Risk Shocks and Divergence between the Euro Area and the US in the aftermath of the Great Recession

8. Accounting for climate policies in Europe’s sovereign debt market

9. Germany’s Debt Brake and Europe’s Fiscal Stance after COVID-19

10. A New Policy Toolkit Is Needed as Countries Exit COVID-19 Lockdowns

11. Money, Stability, and Free Societies

12. COVID-Induced Sovereign Risk in the Euro Area: When Did the ECB Stop the Contagion?

13. Covid 19: a new challenge for the EMU

14. France and African Debt: Testing Multilateralism

15. Primary Dealer Systems in the European Union

16. Enhancing Credibility and Commitment to Fiscal Rules

17. Is a Fiscal Policy Council needed in Poland?

18. Euro-area Governance Reform: The Unfinished Agenda

19. The Greek Crisis and Its Repercussions on the Balkan Neighbourhood: The End of the Myth

20. When the Greek Political System Clashed with Europe: Why the Greek Sovereign-Debt Crisis is Taking so Long to End

21. Domestic Cycles, Financial Cycles, and Policies. What Has Gone Wrong?

22. Economic policy, the international environment and the state of Poland’s public finances: Scenarios

23. Fiscal Sustainability: Conceptual, Institutional, and Policy Issues

24. The EuroZone “Debt” Crisis: Another “Center” – “Periphery” Crisis Under Financial Globalization?

25. Corporate debt securities market in Poland: state of art, problems, and prospects for development

26. The Eurozone crisis: A debt shortage as the final cause

27. Laid Low: The IMF, The Eurozone and the First Rescue of Greece

28. A Relationship and a Practice: On the French Sociology of Credit

29. Three Myths Behind the Case for Grexit: A Destructive Analysis

30. Germany and the Future of the Eurozone

31. The IMF's Preferred Creditor Status: Does It Still Make Sense After the Euro Crisis?

32. 'Broken and Can't Be Fixed': The Impact of the Economic Crisis on the Greek Party System

33. Was the ECB's Comprehensive Assessment up to standard?

34. Sovereign Debt Crisis Management: Lessons from the 2012 Greek Debt Restructuring

35. The Greek Debt Restructuring: An Autopsy

36. Why the ECB should cut borrowing costs in periphery

37. Güney Avrupa'da Ekonomik Kriz ve Toplumsal Hareketler

38. Assessing the Single Supervisory Mechanism: Passing the point of no return for Europe's Banking Union

39. Three Options for the EU: Assessing the EU's powers in a true economic and political union

40. The EU Beyond the Crisis: The Unavoidable Challenge of Legitimacy

41. Towards a Deeper EMU: An assessment of political divisions within the EU

42. Geopolitical Shifts in the Eastern Mediterranean

43. A case for adjusting fiscal consolidation in the eurozone

44. Updating The EMU: Differentiated economic integration in the European Union

45. The Asset Quality Review and Capital Needs: Why re-capitalise banks with public money?

46. Net Neutrality and Mandatory Network-Sharing: How to disconnect the continent

47. Policy Lessons for Macroeconomic and Financial Crisis Management in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean

48. Strong Governments, Weak Banks

49. The New European Framework for Managing Bank Crises

50. Pushing the Turbo Button: What Next for the Polishâ?"Romanian Strategic Partnership?