Hold on, you move too fast

old on, you move too fast ‘The most massive energy programme ever proposed anywhere in the world outside war-time conditions.’ That’s how energy analyst Andrew MacKillop, the author of today’s new publication on European Energy Review, describes current EU energy and climate policy. This is not, in fact, how EU …

With A Complementary Currency, Greece Can Devalue – And Remain In The Euro Area

The European project is at risk. The current PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain) Dilemma shows that Europe’s monetary union was built with a structural flaw. When introducing the Euro, the joining nations threw important economic adjustment screws over board – the possibility to adjust their currencies’ exchange rates and …