From 2000 to 2007 European banks’ overseas assets almost quadrupled, making them the most globalized in the world, while from 2007 to 2015 they shrank by 45%. The repercussions of the 2008 crisis can be guessed: Dutch, French and German banks, for example, were waist deep in the Spanish real estate bubble, while Austrian banks […]
Ugo Marani is Professor of Economic Policy at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Naples Federico II and President of RESeT, Ricerca su Economia Società e Territorio. He was Visiting Professor at Catholic University of Leuven and Warwick University. He was also Dean of the Department of Economics at the Faculty of Economics, Federico II, Naples. His textbook, Politica Economica; La Teoria e l’Unione Monetaria Europea has been adopted in many courses. Ugo Marani publishes regularly in newspapers such as La Repubblica.