Investing out of the crisis. ISIGrowth’s first Policy Brief has been released

Europe can move towards an inclusive, sustainable and innovation-friendly growth-path as long as it renews its economic policy agenda
The European Union has been harshly hit by the economic and financial crisis of 2008: in some member countries its impact has been much worse than that of the Great Depression.[…]
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Labour Market Flexibility: More a Source of Macroeconomic Fragility than a Recipe for Growth

During the years of the recent European crisis (and also before), the economic policy debate has been marked by the need of labour market structural reforms to boost productivity and GDP growth. This rhetoric has been particularly vivid in the European Union, especially during the current Euro crisis. And the call for such reforms finds […]
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