Category: Fiscal Economics

The proper reforms for a robust Social Security-Pension system in France

The President of France Emmanuel Macron after he managed to bypass the “obstacle” of the yellow vests, he is now confronted with the greatest challenge of his presidency which will largely judge and renew his term of office in the Presidency of France. The acceptance by the social partners of the French government’s proposed reforms

By what Policies will Germany overcome the impending Recession?

The recent announcement to shrink 0.1% of the German economy in the second quarter of the year and for the second consecutive quarter has raised concerns with German economic policy planners about what is ahead as much in the immediate as in long-term future, in tackling the recession that strikes the “door” of the German

The Liberal Growth Policy for the Eurozone Economy

The ECB and its implementing monetary policies have so far saved the Eurozone economy. The effectiveness of the policies implemented by the ECB, the almost zero basic euro-borrowing rate and the continued implementation of QE for the creation of artificial growth which will in turn cause inflationary pressures, have been exhausted until now due to

The Sustainable Solution for the Eurozone (EU) Economy-Part IV

The introduction of operational in practice rules to tackle unemployment across the Eurozone/EU as a whole, will take place in this fourth and final part (Part IV) of this series of analyses. In addition, we will present the appropriate organizational structure for the fiscal framework proposed by us in the euro area, which has not

The Sustainable Solution for the Eurozone (EU) Economy-Part III

The downsizing of public sector expenditures in central government budgets will must be done by a specific methodology and depending on the range-size of the public sector of the Eurozone (EU) member country.  The policies in order to reduce government spending in the budgets of the central governments of the Eurozone member countries The budgetary

The Sustainable Solution for the Eurozone (EU) Economy-Part II

The European Commission and in general the EU rightly has set specific fiscal limits on the budgets of the member states of the Eurozone through the: 1. Treaty of the European Union, Feb. 1992, widely known as the Maastricht Treaty-December, 1991 (Source׃ EU https://europa.eu/eu-law/decision-making/treaties/pdf/treaty_on_european_union/treaty_on_european_union_el.pdf, 29/7/2015, Brussels_Luxemburg 1992), 2. and the Stability and Growth Pact (November,

The Sustainable Solution for the Eurozone (EU) Economy- Part I

The Eurozone economy in recent years has faced the problem of permanent deflation. The deflation is occurred as a result of the low levels of overall demand in the economy. The low levels of global demand in addition to the Eurozone overall demand also characterize the global economy (2019). As a result of these inadequate

The Proper way to Organize and Manage the EU Development (NSRF) Funds

In order to achieve a balanced development across the Eurozone, there should be a combination of centralized control and management of the available funds for development (the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) documents are the EU funds at national level) by the Commission. At the same time there should be a centrally coordinated management and
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