In spite – or rather because – of a series of austerity packages and a constitutional “debt brake”, the exercise of squaring the circle is going to collapse in Spain. In the environment of a contracting economy (latest forecast -1.7 %), monthly new unemployment records (February: 23.6 %, youth unemployment 50.5 %) and a deepening […]
About Georg Feigl
Georg Feigl obtained his Masters in Economics at the University of Vienna in 2007 and later on a Bachelor in International Development. He is an economist responsible for public finance and European macroeconomic policy at the Chamber of Labour (AK) in Vienna and is a board-member of the social and economic science association BEIGEWUM. He also serves as an economic advisor to various groups on national as well as regional level.