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Policy reforms aimed at boosting long-run growth often have side effects – positive or negative – on an economy's vulnerability to shocks and their propagation. Macroeconomic shocks as severe and protracted as those since 2007 warrant a reconsideration of the role growth-promoting policies play in shaping the vulnerability and resilience of an economy to macroeconomic shocks. 

The European Commission has outlined its plans for climate and energy policy until 2030

The Commissioners want a binding target to reduce carbon emissions by 40% from 1990 levels

(Berlin) – La política del gobierno sirio de ejecutar su ofensiva bélica cobrando la vida de civiles y los progresivos abusos cometidos por grupos rebeldes causaron horror durante 2013, pero no movilizaron a los líderes mundiales a ejercer presión para que cesen las atrocidades y se juzgue a los responsables, señaló hoy Human Rights Watch al presentar su Informe Mundial 2014. La respuesta internacional inicial fue más efectiva en el caso de varios países africanos que se enfrentaron a atrocidades en masa.

Croacia ha adaptado su marco legal a la normativa comunitaria en materia de política estructural y ayudas al sector pesquero

EUROsociAL ha coordinado un taller, impartido por el Instituto de Estudios Fiscales, dirigido a ministros, directores y técnicos de instituciones públicas nicaragüenses.

Bank supervisors should provide publicly accessible, timely and consistent data on the banks under their jurisdiction. Such transparency increases democratic accountability and leads to greater market efficiency.

With the New Year upon us, let's take a few moments to consider the major sustainable energy trends in business from the past year.

Consider two views of the global financial crisis. One view looks across the border: it blames external imbalances, the unprecedented current account deficits and surpluses in recent years. Another view looks within the border: it faults domestic financial systems where risks originated in excessive credit booms. We can use the lens of macroeconomic and financial history to confront these dueling hypotheses with evidence. The credit boom explanation is the most plausible predictor of crises since the late nineteenth century; global imbalances have only a weak correlation with financial distress compared to indicators drawn from the financial system itself. 

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