I’m sorry but hasn’t the IMF been shown to be ineffectua­l and wrongheade­d with it’s austerity fiscal policies foisted 3rd world economies in exchange for their help? I never thought that the euro would be beneficial to the individual countries within Europe in the long term. I understand the initial concept, form a huge economic market in order to compete globally with the U.S, Asia and Latin America, but with the inequity amongst the countries, I always questioned how exactly it could remain stable in the long term. I firmly believe that Greece should not sell off its assets to the highest bidder, they will only regret it, it’s their cultural heritage. Economists need to look outside the box and figure out something beyond what we have now. If Keynes could do it when the economies had changed due to changing times then why can’t someone else do it now?
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