The euro a victim of COVID-19?

The exceptional beauty and ominousness of this photo of the Rialto bridge in Venice — usually overflown with tourists — leads us to question everything that once was… This article adds the euro area as one of these things.

Now that the epidemic has taken over governments and societies in Europe, we need to question whether this crisis will have a long lasting impact on the politics of the continent and on its infrastructures.

Infections in China and Korea have peaked after 16 and 11 days respectively since when the number of positive cases had surpassed 500. In Europe, this is taking longer. Yet, many anticipate — and I tend to…

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Luca Silipo

Luca Silipo

I am an economist and author dedicated to finding applicable solutions to achieve social sustainability while preserving economic growth.