Nina Hoppe about the Hypo Commission of inquiry and what consequences it could have for the austrian parliamentarianism

Parliamentarianism: Hypo-crisis / hypocrisy 

I heard this morning on the radio that the failed Austrian bank Hypo has so far cost me € 630. That’s two months of rent, according to the latest account by the Vienna Green party. So the Hypotopia protest project is also gaining more profile again (a model city created to show what could be built for the same cost as the € 19 billion bailout). This makes me wish even more that I was allowed to be present as a citizen of Austria at the Commission of Inquiry launched into Hypo, and with that I probably hit upon a very salient issue: real life parliamentarianism.
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Tax reform: Social democracy, quo vadis? Nina Hoppe

Tax reform: Social democracy, quo vadis?

We don’t know whether Austrian Federal Chancellor Faymann and Greek PM Tsipras discussed the subject of tax when Tsipras visited Vienna – although Faymann could have got some valuable tips on the subject of tax reform.
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Nina Hoppe´s analysis of pros and cos to Capital markets Union and the Europe of Regions

Capital markets union vs. Europe of regions?

A ghost is on the move again through the European Union. The regional banks must once more be afraid and so too, in fact, the European economic region. To this day, it differs considerably from its competitors such as the American economic area. Its unique selling point: the small and medium sized enterprises which form the backbone of the European economy.
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Nina Hoppe´s analysis about the chance for unifying Europe through digitalisation without neclecting regional specifics

Digitalisation – regional and global

Why digitalisation has a part to play in Europe’s competitiveness and economic recovery, what it means for civic education and liberalism and the role banks have here too – in this piece I’d like to bring these issues together.
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