Project Syndicate (Wikipedia) is an international not for profit newspaper syndicate and association of newspapers. It distributes commentaries and analysis (“opinion pieces”) by experts, activists, Nobel laureates, statesmen, economists, political thinkers, business leaders and academics to its member publications, and encourages networking among its members. It is based in Prague, Czech Republic. It currently consists of approximately 439 newspapers in 150 countries, with a total circulation of nearly 50 million copies, making it the world’s largest commentary focused syndicate. Edin Mujagic and myself are a member of Project Syndicate’s Economists’ Club.
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17-12-2013 Germany’s Coming Downgrade
20-09-2013 Dealing with the Fed: Rewriting Textbook Economics
05-08-2013 The EU’s Deposit-Guarantee Endgame
25-06-2013 The Fed’s Scylla and Charybdis
12-06-2013 Outright Monetary Transactions and the Karlsruhe Court
15-04-2013 The Eurozone’s Uncertainty Principle
13-03-2013 The End of Central Bank Indepence (Independence Lost)
21-11-2012 The Age of Financial Repression
03-09-2012 Europe’s Crisis Goes to Court
16-07-2012 Exit and Enforcement in the Eurozone
01-03-2011 The West’s Punch Bowl Monetary Policy
17-01-2011 Who’s next at the ECB helm?
31-05-2010 Our Deep Debt Future
08-02-2010 The Euro’s Final Countdown