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Lessons learnt from the EU crisis: looking forward

This article was featured as part of ESSA’s annual Equilibrium publication.
The EU crisis has been painful for EU citizens and policy-makers alike. However, it’s not necessarily all bad news. With a long-term outlook, it is possible that the Eurozone could be stronger for the crisis. More specifically, the crisis has exposed the need for stricter adherence to Eurozone membership requirements and ongoing policy management focused on maintaining economic growth.

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Let's get real

Elijah Lim examines the importance of economic reforms in improving conditions for Aboriginal Australians.

Equilibrium: the non-excludability of good ideas

Looking back on Equilibrium 2012 I find that yes, it is a review of ESSA’s year and yes it is a memoir, a keepsake, a gift to our members. It is also, more than anything a celebration of economic thought. It is about the thinking and sharing of ideas, which has been what ESSA is about all along. In light of the imminent launch of Equilibrium 2013, I look back on our inaugural publication and pull out some examples of our writers’ ideas. The ingenuity of some of these propositions makes for a riveting read, as is the captivating nature of all good ideas.

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