Press

Greece: this time is different. It just isn't any less dangerous

08 January 2015
Fortune
Simon Tilford of the CER, points out that governments accepted harsh bailout terms in 2010 and 2011 because they knew they had no alternative, and because “a recovery seemed just around the corner.”

Italy’s ‘Neet’ rate is way above OECD average

07 January 2015
Financial Times
John Springford writes a letter of opinion in the Financial Times.

Eurozone consumer prices fall for first time since 2009, adding to deflation fears

07 January 2015
New York Times
“The eurozone is suffering from a profound malaise,” said Simon Tilford, of the CER. “It’s already in a deflationary trap of the kind we saw in Japan in the 1990s, but it’s less well equipped than the Japanese to deal with it,” he added.

Christian Odendahl speaks to Share Radio on eurozone deflation

07 January 2015
Share Radio
Christian Odendahl speaks to Share Radio about deflation in the eurozone and whether this will spur the ECB to act.

Brinkmanship returns to the Eurozone

06 January 2015
The Wall Street Journal
“The underlying problem of the eurozone is unresolved: how to find an equitable way of sharing the burden of the debt crisis,” said Simon Tilford of the CER. 

Grecia: analista CER, non uscirà da euro, troppo rischioso

06 January 2015
adnkronos
"In questa fase iniziale sarebbe contenuto perchè paesi come Italia o Spagna, vedendo gli effetti negativi dell'abbandono dell'euro non seguirebbero di certo quella strada", spiega Christian Odendahl.

All eyes on Berlin as ECB readies bond-buying scheme

04 January 2015
New York Times, Reuters
"The Greek situation makes it much more difficult to announce a QE program where the risks are shared out," said Christian Odendahl, chief economist at the CER.

All eyes on Berlin as ECB readies bond-buying scheme

04 January 2015
New York Times, Reuters
"The Greek situation makes it much more difficult to announce a QE program where the risks are shared out," said Christian Odendahl, chief economist at the CER.

I dag får litauerne den euro, som halvdelen af dem ikke vil have

01 January 2015
Politiken
Men selv om de baltiske lande på grund af historien og Ruslands ageren i dag kan have en særlig politisk interesse i at komme med i euroen, så kan man spørge sig selv, hvorvidt det er mere end bare ren og skær symbolik, siger Simon Tilford fra CER.