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Belgian economist Paul de Grauwe, European Political Economy Professor at the LSE/European Institute, formerly an economist at the IMF and the ECB and a teacher on things European more or less around the world, with a stint in Belgian politics and at CEPS, also with an advisory role at the European Commission (during the Barroso years to be true), has been meeting with the twists and turns of the Eurozone since its very inception. “There at the creation” as he once said in one of his presentations, he brings a balanced but always critical analysis to the aftermath of the (10-years-long) Eurozone crisis.
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