Beyond Europe’s financial bifurcation point: policy proposals for a more stable and more equitable financial system
Gary Dymski (Leeds University Business School) e Annina Kalterbrunner (Leeds University Business School).
The European citizens need a financial system that provides for their credit and payments system needs without imposing costs from excessive volatility, recurrent crises and financial discrimination. Such a financial system will use productive finance to reduce inequality by levelling “up.”As things stand, the European financial system both reflects the effects of three decades of worsening inequality and operates in ways that deepen it. This policy brief proposes ten reforms aimed at breaking the inequality finance cycle in Europe.
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A palestra foi realizada no âmbito dos Seminários de Pesquisa do PPED-UFRJ. Ela aconteceu no dia 11 de agosto de 2014, segunda-feira, às 16h30, na Sala 102 do Instituto de Economia da UFRJ, Campus da Praia Vermelha.
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