October 10th, 2012 | by
Stanislas Jourdan | published in Beyond the crisis | Leave A Comment »
Giving money to everyone without conditions is often said to be morally hazardous. Sadly though, this argument looks like another symptom of the famous Stockholm syndrom.
September 25th, 2012 | by
Stanislas Jourdan | published in Beyond the crisis, Crisis routine | Leave A Comment »
Introducing a monetary dividend, ie. printing money and giving it directly to citizens through a periodical income is not a new idea, neither denuded from any rational economic arguments. Quite the contrary, actually. But will people just seriously consider the idea and claim for it to be done?
May 18th, 2012 | by
Stanislas Jourdan | published in Crisis routine | Leave A Comment »
Should we fear the possibility of Greece to exit the eurozone? This is the opinion of many commentators, journalists and economists. But their arguments are often made of fallacious analysis based on poor knowledge of the situation.
May 17th, 2012 | by
Stanislas Jourdan | published in Warning signs | Leave A Comment »
As the crisis deepens, europeans banks are increasingly relying on central banks. What does it mean for the real economy?