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A financial alternative policy for the Netherlands

The Dutch economy is doing well, but society does not seem to benefit. And while the unprecedented low interest rates offer opportunities to increase public spending, to compensate for chronic deficits in the public sector and to reduce taxes, the Dutch cabinet only wants to lower state debt.

In this article Rodrigo Fernandez and Nicolás Hernan Zeolla argue that, with an alternative financial policy, at least ten billion euros can be structurally released, without endangering the sustainability of public finances.

(read the rest of the article in Dutch)