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Policy Alternatives for a Return to Full Employment in Spain

November 2013, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

No-Vacation Nation Revisited

May 2013, Rebecca Ray, Milla Sanes, and John Schmitt

Reduced Work Hours as a Means of Slowing Climate Change

February 2013, David Rosnick

Macroeconomic Policy Advice and the Article IV Consultations: A European Union Case Study

January 2013, Mark Weisbrot and Helene Jorgensen

More Pain, No Gain for Greece: Is the Euro Worth the Costs of Pro‐Cyclical Fiscal Policy and Internal Devaluation?

February 2012, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Antonio Montecino

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Op-Eds & Columns

The Paid Vacation Route to Full Employment

Dean Baker
TruthOut, December 1, 2014

Italy’s Stagnation: The Need to Share the Pain

Dean Baker
November 12, 2014, Insight

Why Did Britain’s Political Class Buy Into the Tories’ Economic Fairytale?

Ha-Joon Chang
October 19, 2014, The Guardian

Job Gains From TTIP Would be Minimal

Dean Baker
The Broker, September 22, 2014

Rebuilding the UK Industrial Base

Ha-Joon Chang and Antonio Andreoni
Policy Network, September 4, 2014

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The Importance of Macroeconomic Policy for Europe and the World Economy

What Next for the Eurozone? Macroeconomic Policy and the Recession

The Future of Greece and the Euro Zone

Financial Transactions Taxes at Home and Abroad

After Austerity

The Eurozone Recession: Are There Alternatives?

Debts and Deficits: Combating Recession in the U.S., Latin America, and Eurozone

Latvia's Recession and Recovery: Are There Lessons for the Eurozone?

The D-Word: Can Default Save Greece? Or Is Austerity the Answer?

The Eurozone Crisis and Alternatives to Austerity: Debating & Debunking the Prevailing Myths

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Press Releases

New Research Paper Shows That There Are Feasible Alternatives to Fiscal Austerity for Spain

 November 21, 2013

United States Still a No-Vacation Nation

May 24, 2013

New Paper Projects Significant Carbon Emission Reductions with Fewer Work Hours

February 4, 2013

New Paper Finds that the IMF is Promoting Socially and Economically Harmful Policies Broadly Across Europe

January 28, 2013

CEPR Co-Directors Call on Federal Reserve to Intervene in Spanish Bond Market
June 4, 2012

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Other Resources

Low-Wage European Research Network (LoWER)
This international network brings together European researchers on wages, inequality, immigration, gender and employment behaviour to address the problem of social exclusion.


Services and Employment:
Explaining the U.S.-European Gap
with two chapters co-authored by John Schmitt
Princeton University Press (2007)

Flat World, Big Gaps

Flat World, Big Gaps:
Economic Liberalization, Globalization, Poverty And Inequality
with a chapter by Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, and David Rosnick, and a chapter co-authored by Heather Boushey
Published in association with the United Nations (2007)


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