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For a new European growth strategy

Nicolas Goetzmann
European Issue n°619 - 17/01/2022

In the competition with the United States and China, the European Union lost ground by adopting an overly restrictive policy after the financial crisis. The macroeconomic efforts made during the pandemic must become more structural than cyclical. The European Union must now articulate its welfare state with maximum growth macroeconomic management, enabling it to strengthen European domestic demand, balance the continent's trade balance, rebalance its overdependence on exports and, in this way, place itself in a position of strategic autonomy.

Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
European Issue n°609 - 04/10/2021
Sachka Stefanova-Behlert - Martina Menghi
European Issue n°591 - 12/04/2021
Gérard Pogorel - Augusto Preta
European Issue n°559 - 18/05/2020
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
European Issue n°537 - 25/11/2019
Jean-Noël Tronc
European Issue n°507 - 18/03/2019
Jean-Pierre Garson
European Issue n°504 - 25/02/2019
Marianne Thyssen
European Issue n°493 - 19/11/2018