Daniel Gros

Centre for European Policy Studies

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Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels, Belgium

Daniel Gros on KCRW

When it comes to the troubled economies of the Euro Zone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

Is Italy's Economy Too Big to Fail, but Too Big to Bail Out?

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When it comes to the troubled economies of the Eurozone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

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When it comes to the troubled economies of the Eurozone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

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Treasury Secretary Paulson said yesterday that governments around the world need to  coordinate their actions  so "the action of one country does not come at the expense of others or…

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