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CES Visiting Scholar Éloi Laurent publishes article on the EU's green economy

October 7, 2013

There is very little to be cheerful about five years into our “great recession”: financial markets are more than ever a fertile ground for global crisis; government have as modest power to control them and less resources to clean up their mess; Americans and Europeans in their vast majority find themselves marred in a “great regression” of their standards of living and expectations.

But one single piece of good news should not be overlooked: European integration, on the brink of dissolution at several key moments in the last five years, has somehow managed to survive its most serious crisis since its consolidation in 1992, when the European Union was created.

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