|Author (Person)||Haufler, Andreas|
|Publisher||Centre for Economic Policy Research|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
The European rescue fund is steeped in controversy. This column argues that both the fund and the case to keep it permanently are unjustified. It says that they create the wrong incentives and that they will only further intensify the debt crisis in Europe, at the risk of undermining the foundations of the EU itself. It calls on the German government to act.
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|Countries / Regions||Europe, Germany|