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ABC Economipedia By Stefano Francesco Fugazzi
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The material included in this publication constitutes the quintessence of what ABC Economics really is, a business news portal which is beginning to establish its own place in the world of national... More > and international media. The author has interpreted the current economic situation from two points of view, focusing, on the analysis of the key economic indicators of the eurozone since the introduction of the single currency (please refer to the Phillips curve and the various iterations of the Misery Index introduced here) and on the reactions of financial markets – including forex, equity and bond markets – to the monetary policies announced by Central Banks since the bursting of the 2007 subprime mortgage bubble.< Less
ABC Economipedia By Stefano Francesco Fugazzi
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The material included in this publication constitutes the quintessence of what ABC Economics really is, a business news portal which is beginning to establish its own place in the world of national... More > and international media. The author has interpreted the current economic situation from two points of view, focusing, on the analysis of the key economic indicators of the eurozone since the introduction of the single currency (please refer to the Phillips curve and the various iterations of the Misery Index introduced here) and on the reactions of financial markets – including forex, equity and bond markets – to the monetary policies announced by Central Banks since the bursting of the 2007 subprime mortgage bubble.< Less
Brexit? By Stefano Francesco Fugazzi
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Before the 2015 general election took place, the Conservatives pledged to legislate for a referendum on EU membership to be held by the end of 2017. Following the election of a Conservative majority... More > government on 7 May 2015, Cameron reiterated that same pledge, suggesting that the referendum could even take place a year before than originally planned. The government included the referendum proposal in the Queen's speech on 27 May. Should Britain vote in favour of ‘Brexit’, it would not be the first country to leave Europe, since as far back as 1985 Greenland withdrew from the then European Community (EC) after obtaining a high degree of self-determination from Denmark in 1979. Given Britain’s role and influence in Europe, it would be safe to assume that both litigant parties, namely the UK and the EU, will try to ‘save the marriage’ before coming to the point of splitting up. In this publication the author offers an insight into the main legal and economic consequences of ‘Brexit’.< Less
Brexit? By Stefano Francesco Fugazzi
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Before the 2015 general election took place, the Conservatives pledged to legislate for a referendum on EU membership to be held by the end of 2017. Following the election of a Conservative majority... More > government on 7 May 2015, Cameron reiterated that same pledge, suggesting that the referendum could even take place a year before than originally planned. The government included the referendum proposal in the Queen's speech on 27 May. Should Britain vote in favour of ‘Brexit’, it would not be the first country to leave Europe, since as far back as 1985 Greenland withdrew from the then European Community (EC) after obtaining a high degree of self-determination from Denmark in 1979. Given Britain’s role and influence in Europe, it would be safe to assume that both litigant parties, namely the UK and the EU, will try to ‘save the marriage’ before coming to the point of splitting up. In this publication the author offers an insight into the main legal and economic consequences of ‘Brexit’.< Less

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