Eurocrisis Thoughts After a Week in Berlin and Paris
Studying European's complicated cultural history is a better path to understanding the eurocrisis than studying sovereign spreads and financial ties.
...as opposed to pictures like this (of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin).
I'm an American, and have now spent a little under a month in continental Europe over the past few years, so this is just my outsider's take on their economy, but my biggest takeaway for Americans is that we have to stop looking at their crisis through the perspective of bond yields and our own cultural lens, which is easier said than done.
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