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Tackling the European crisis means taming the financial beast

The establishment of the European Monetary Union in the ’90s and the introduction of the euro a decade ago massively strengthened ‘finance capitalism’, or financialisation’ in Europe. Antonio Tricarico argues for a radical response that reverses this process, reintroduces national and regional capital controls and gives priority to public interest policies in favour of labour and the environment Corporate Europe Observatory 

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