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The Challenge for Mario Draghi at the European Central Bank

4 Nov

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How a Lender of Last Resort Could Reassure Global Markets

Nicolas Jabko
NICOLAS JABKO is associate professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University and at Sciences Po-Paris.

November 4, 2011

The anxiety surrounding the G-20 meeting in Cannes this week only deepened when Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou called for a popular referendum on the debt agreement reached between his country and its foreign lenders, placing the deal in jeopardy. Although Papandreou soon called off the vote, fears of a Greek default highlighted a critical transition at the top of Europe’s banking system. The accession of Mario Draghi, the former governor of the Bank of Italy, to the presidency of the European Central Bank will help decide how the Europeans will address the fundamental problems at the root of the current debt predicament.

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The Future of the Euro

10 Aug

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Why the Greek Crisis Will Not Ruin Europe’s Monetary Union

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Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
LORENZO BINI SMAGHI is a Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank.

August 10, 2010

When the euro was conceived two decades ago, few people expected it to have to weather a storm as great as the recent global economic and financial crisis. And many observers now think the entire European construct — its institutions and currency — has been so damaged by the crisis that it might not survive. A careful analysis of the problems within individual eurozone economies, particularly Greece’s, and in the architecture of the monetary union among them reveals what went wrong, how the EU has responded, and what the prospects of the euro really are.

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