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Michel Aglietta
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China's Roadmap to Harmonious Society

Economic Policy | Emerging Countries 
Post, June 12, 2014
By Michel Aglietta, Guo Bai
CEPII launches its third Policy Brief: "China's Roadmap to Harmonious Society. Third Plenum Decisions on 'major issues concerning comprehensively deepening reforms'."
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The euro area urgently needs a Federal Investment Fund (not a budget)

Europe | Money & Finance 
Post, April 9, 2014
By Natacha Valla
The decline in investment rates in the euro area following the global financial crisis has been sharp. And it looks as though it will not reverse significantly. Rebooting investment and channeling investable funds to the right places on the continent is therefore a major challenge for policy makers.
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Euro area: deflation is the wrong debate

Money & Finance 
Post, March 6, 2014
By Natacha Valla
For a fact, measures of headline consumer price inflation have decelerated sharply over the recent past. At 0.8-1%; inflation hovers around levels that are clearly below the ECB's flagship 2% medium-term objective.
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The French should care about Karlsruhe

Economic Policy | Europe 
Post, February 12, 2014
By Natacha Valla
Strikingly, the debate about the Feb 7 ruling of the German Constitutional Court against the ECB's flagship OMT programme has gone almost unnoticed in France. This is wrong. The French should care about it.
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Swapmania

Money & Finance 
Post, December 9, 2013
By Christophe Destais
Currency swaps between central banks are quickly emerging as a key feature of the international monetary system.
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Negative interest rate on bank deposits at the central bank: an option for the ECB?

Money & Finance | Economic Policy 
Post, November 27, 2013
By Urszula Szczerbowicz
For a long time considered as impossible to implement, the negative interest rates on deposits of commercial banks at the central bank is now often mentioned as an option for the European Central Bank (ECB).
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WTO: Rethinking the special and differential treatment granted to developing countries

Trade & Globalization | Emerging Countries | Economic Policy 
Post, October 8, 2013
By Sébastien Jean
The special and differential treatment granted to developing countries, a key principle in the multilateral trading system, now appears broken-down. Based on a speech given at the WTO Forum, this post reviews -with a focus on agriculture- why this is so and what could be done.
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Significant economic gains could be achieved through a transatlantic trade partnership

Trade & Globalization | Economic Policy 
Post, September 23, 2013
By Lionel Fontagné, Julien Gourdon, Sébastien Jean
CEPII launches its first Policy Brief "Transatlantic Trade: Whither Partnership, Which Economic Consequences?" which examines the stakes and potential impacts of a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
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Emerging turbulences

Emerging Countries | Competitiveness & Growth 
Post, September 10, 2013
By Christophe Destais
The current turmoil in emerging capital markets is the result of a classical reversal of market sentiment after an excess of optimism. There are good reasons for being cautiously optimistic but uncertainties remain.
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Is the Eurozone really a monetary union? (2/2)

Europe | Money & Finance 
Post, July 3, 2013
By Christophe Destais
In the United States, the regional Federal Reserve Banks (FRBs) are de facto subsidiaries of the central Federal Reserve Board. The claims and the debts between FRBs are settled through a transfer of assets which is actually a simple accounting arrangement.
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