My continued love affair with Iceland and my column in Fréttablaðið

My continued love affair with Iceland and my column in Fréttablaðið
I have since September been writing a weekly column in the Icelandic daily Fréttablaðið. Obviously most of my regular readers of this blog do not read Icelandic (neither do I), but I am sure Google Translate will do a decent job translating Icelandic into English. So have a look at my columns here: Africa is hard hit by China’s slowdown China will never be the world's largest economy Less foreign aid, more open borders We need a mechanism for sovereign debt crisis resolution Monetary tightening is warranted in Iceland The ’dollar bloc’ is falling apart I must say it gives me great joy to write for an Icelandic audience. After all since 2006 - when I co-authored the somewhat alarmist report The Geyser Crisis on the Icelandic economy - Iceland has had a very special role in my professional and personal life and I am happy to say I that I ever since 2006 have been a regular visitor to this great and very special country. After a hard start I think I safely can say that this has turned into a love affair. Please visit and share!


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