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Fear of inflation when joining the euro is an everpresent, yet overdone sentiment. Many other factors are in play in determining inflation outcomes but the advent of a new currency tends to mask them.
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How will the growing uncertainty surrounding global economic prospects impact on South East Europe? IMELUM's current Macroeconomic Quarterly provides an in depth look at the risks and opportunities facing the region.
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Migration from Eastern Europe to older EU member states is a major political issue. Various complex factors ensure not all countries are equally affected.
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As the Brexit endgame fast approaches, the value of safety in numbers should become evident over time, especially for smaller EU member states.
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The financial crisis of 2008/09 left a large scar on the region. With global economic conditions worsening, how prepared is South East Europe for the next downturn?
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When the big boys fight, smaller boys usually stay away. Strategic goals should not cloud policymakers' judgement on adopting the euro.
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The exchange rate will remain the primary transmission mechanism of monetary policy in South East Europe as long as households prefer to save in foreign currency.
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