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Fiscal Policy

02/03/2022

European society is presented with a challenge: how can we redesign the economy in such a way that it contributes to the wellbeing of the people and the planet?

By putting nature, people and health first, we can steer the economy in the right direction and lay a new path But it requires public investment and spending on a large scale, now and in the coming decade.

Our position paper outlines the actions the European Commission and European governments need to take to ensure wellbeing, sustainability and intergenerational justice drive economic policy.

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Thomas
Thomas Desdouits

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