27 Nov 2012: James Meadway: A tax on insurance companies to fund flood defence and extending government care are a fix, if only short term
RMF members are regularly published in newspapers, blogs, and other online media. Details and links to many of which are recorded here.
6 Sep 2012: Costas Lapavitsas: The strain on a country whose rulers are desperate to avoid a euro exit will lead it to poverty and disfunctionality
18 Oct 2012: Ha-Joon Chang, Alistair Darling, Costas Lapavitsas, Phillip Inman, Luis Garicano and Olaf Gersemann: France's president, François Hollande, says the end of the crisis is very close. We asked panellists if they agree
16 Aug 2012:Economics professor Costas Lapavitsas argues that a world after capitalism would see money and credit move from being instruments that reinforce inequality into being tools for genuine public service
16 Jul 2012: Costas Lapavitsas: Greece won't be able to make its austerity policies stick and, as the global depression worsens, will have to leave the eurozone
13 Jun 2012: Who is responsible for the eurozone crisis? Can Germany fix it? Is a Grexit inevitable? What will happen after the election?
Greece: Chronicle of a Default Foretold–Sometime this European summer the Greek government will default on its euro debts and attempt to manage an exit from the common currency.
23 May 2012: Costas Lapavitsas Greek politics is splitting into two camps to contest the coming elections, one led by the rightwing New Democracy, the other by the leftwing Syriza.
14 May 2012: Collapsing banks, soaring inflation, but possible salvation – three experts give their view on what could await Greeks
11 May 2012: Costas Lapavitsas: Syriza's electoral success marks the start of the first major battle against austerity. The whole continent should will them to win
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