In a recent LSE blog, (reproduced here), Donato Di Carlo presents empirical evidence for what he considers a ‘quiet rebalancing’ of the German economy. Using 2010 as a reference point, he bases his argument on a comparison of the growth of real unit labour costs, real expenditures, and import-export relations of Germany vis-à-vis other European […]
About Patrick Kaczmarczyk
Patrick Kaczmarczyk is a Doctoral Researcher at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI). He works on questions of economic development, primarily in relation to the role of transnational corporations, government institutions, and monetary integration.