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Another dismissal in this very thread. Jerome doesn't tell us why the analysis is flawed, just that "unsurprisingly the new FT Brussels bureau chief" disagrees with him. Then, in response to an article by Marshall Auerback that
So far, most of the people who call for Germany to exist the eurozone are, unsurprisingly, people keen to break Europe.
ignoring people like Jörg Bibow or Yanis Varoufakis. Or claiming (as pointed out by Drew repeatedly) that Krugman or Stiglitz have an anti-EU agenda when they criticise the macroeconomic construction of the Eurozone.

I don't know what your

Jerome is one of the top recommended bloggers on DKos - in English - and founded this place - in English - six years ago.
has to do with Jerome's habitual dismissal of English-language commentary on the EU on the grounds that English language commentary is generally biased, often without addressing the merits or lack thereof of the commentary at hand.

Economics is politics by other means
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Tue May 31st, 2011 at 09:10:40 AM EST
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