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  1. Populism and Economic Policy: EEAG Report Event 2017

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Video

    Watch the summary video of the EEAG Report 2017: Populism and Economic Policy, hosted by the Swiss Re Institute. Find out more. ...

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  2. Populism and Economic Policy event: EEAG report 2017

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    With Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, and a series of European elections, populism and political risk has moved to centre ...

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  3. Economic and insurance market growth: win-win

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    Current economic momentum will underpin premium growth, and we expect insurance outperformance in the emerging markets. Untapped ...

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  4. Venezuela crisis: a long road to economic recovery

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    A change in the political landscape in Venezuela will not bring about a quick reset of its current economic reality. Far-reaching ...

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  5. Monetary Policy – risk of disruption from QE tapering?

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    Since the time of the global financial crisis, central banks have bought large amounts of government bonds (and, to a lesser ...

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  6. EEAG Report 2017: Harold James

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    The Director of Contemporary European Studies, Princeton University, spoke at the EEAG Report 2017: Populism and Economic Policy, ...

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  7. Is Mexico fixing what is not broken?

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    Mexico's new president is considering a number of policy changes that could have long-lasting effects on economic growth and the ...

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