Michelle Boldrin: “Mutual responsibility does not work, and there are too many stowaways.”

Michel Boldrin (Padova, 1956) knows Spain well because he was director of the Fidea Foundation between 2012 and 2014. As a young man he was secretary of the Communist Youth of Venice, but he developed into free market positions after obtaining his degree in economics at Ca’ Foscari University, and before Everything after receiving his doctorate in the United States, where he worked in the most important universities. Boldrin is currently focusing his efforts on studying monetary policy and the decline of Europe. “What do you need to know when you are facing a crisis?” Depends on what you mean by ‘there’. Is it what you would ideally like to know (what would allow you to avoid a crisis) or what would be useful to know in general? In… View More

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