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Friday, 19 July 2013

WEEKEND READING: 20-21 JULY


  1. The IMF's researchers attempt to write a belated history of current account deficits in the European periphery. I would have liked more depth, but the distinct nature of different PIIGS' paths is clear.
  2. Out: now Data on the last 15 years of Greek academic research output
  3. EU Social statistics at a glance
  4. EU and US policymakers strongly favour a free trade deal, says a new survey
  5. The Commission takes Greece to Court for failing to recover illegal state aid to Greek casinos and Aluminum of Greece. I don't get it. Everyone knows casinos create positive externalities / access to casinos is a human right / casinos need to be state-run to ensure quality / whatever dude.
  6. Awesome data on the precise impact of G-20 policy on use of tax havens. One particularly interesting graph needs reproducing:



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