Abstract

The crisis of the Eurozone seems to have abetted. However, the problems that triggered the Eurozone crisis that dominated the financial headlines continue to haunt the region's recovery. Without a rebalancing of inter-European debt loads, Europe will continue to be a weight on the recovery of the global economy.

Part 1: The Eurozone debt crisis Country Debt Profiles

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Part 2: Analysis of Eurozone Deleveraging

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Part 3: The Impact of Eurozone Debt on Growth, Investment, Consumption, Unemployment, and Wages

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Author(s)

Leonardo Dinic

Leonardo Dinic



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Leonardo Dinic is a New York University alumnus, with a Master’s Degree in International Relations, focusing on International Politics and Business. Leo is a frequent contributor to ChinaUsFocus.com, where he analyzes China-US rivalry in geopolitics, emerging technologies, and the world economy. Leo is fluent in Serbo-Croatian and specializes in the politics of Central and Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans. His MA thesis, “A Hungarian Example Within a Global Trend: How Populists Abandoned Liberal Democracy and Pivoted Toward Illiberal Governance,” was recognized by the Program in International Relations at NYU as the Outstanding MA Thesis for the 2018 – 2019 academic year.



Justin Ederheimer

Justin Ederheimer



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"Justin is a writer and researcher based in New York City and is an Intern with the Private Debt Project."



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