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Answered By: Peter Z McKay
Last Updated: Oct 29, 2014 Views: 88
- "It's All Greek to Me: Understanding the Debt Crisis in Europe
By Shannon Doyne and Holly Epstein Ojalvo
New York Times: The Learning Network
- Happy 2011?
By Charles Wyplosz
Vox January 5, 2011
Is the worst of Europe’s crisis behind us? Or yet to come? This column looks at 2011 and argues that the Eurozone crisis offers a unique chance to correct the “dreadful mismanagement” of the past year.
- Eurozone in Crisis
Financial Times "In Depth"
- Completing the Eurozone Rescue: What More Needs to be Done?
Edited by Richard Baldwin, Daniel Gros and Luc Laeven
Vox eBook 17 June 2010
The euro’s crisis is not over. Measures taken in May were critical but they were palliatives not a cure. The Eurozone rescue needs to be completed. A new Vox eBook gathers the thinking of a dozen leading economists on what more needs to be done.
- Sovereign Debt Crises: It's All Greek to Me
Liber8. St. Louis Fed August 2010.
- European Financial Crisis
Business Exchange. Bloomberg BusinessWeek portal.
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- 2010 European Soverign Debt Crisis
In early 2010, fears of a sovereign debt crisis, the 2010 Euro Crisis developed concerning some European states, including European Union members Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain (sometimes collectively referred to with the acronym PIGS), and Belgium. This led to a crisis of confidence as well as the widening of bond yield spreads and risk insurance on credit default swaps between these countries and other EU members, most importantly Germany.