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Stanislas Jourdan
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Why are central bankers so creative when it comes to rescue the financial system, but not so much to address inequality issues? A thought-provoking piece co-written with Clem Fontan:
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Au lieu de succomber collectivement à une dynamique de terreur psychologique insupportable, nous ferions mieux de remettre en cause le scrutin majoritaire à deux tours :
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"au lieu d'injecter 1.750 milliards d'euros dans les marchés, la BCE aurait pu créer trois fois moins de monnaie et distribuer à la place 200 euros par mois à chaque citoyen adulte pendant un an."
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A short essay on why EU politicians should worry more about the existential crisis of monetary policy – and look into helicopter money to overcome the next crisis:
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I have been encouraged by some friends to share my thoughts on what the EU could do after #Brexit . In this short essay, I came up with 3+1 transformative proposals that I believe are realistic (or will soon be). It obviously include #basicincome, but also some more new stuff :) Let me know what you think!
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Elections are the fossil fuel of politics. Whereas once they gave democracy a huge boost, much as oil did for our economies, it now turns out they cause colossal problems of their own. If we don’t urgently reconsider the nature of our democratic fuel, a systemic crisis awaits.
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The more the process is delayed, the less #brexit is likely to happen as the support & momentum for leaving will erode and divide itself:
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"The current international norm of simple majority rule is, as we have just seen, a formula for chaos."
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A useful short piece to understand some key aspects of the French labor market – and why people are so upset every time a government tries to reform it:
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