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About Trevor Evans

Trevor Evans ha trabajado durante muchos años en el Centro Regional de Investigación Económica y Social (CRIES) en Managua, Nicaragua, y ha sido profesor del Instituto de Economía Política Internacional en la Berlin School of Economics. Es miembro del comité coordinador de Economistas Europeos por una Política Económica Alternativa en Europa. 

Trevor Evans has worked for many years in the Centro Regional de Investigación Económica y Social (CRIES) in Managua, Nicaragua, and has been a professor at the Institute of International Political Economy at the Berlin School of Economics. He is a member of the coordinating committee of European Economists for An Alternative Political Economy for Europe. 

Articles by Trevor Evans

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The family-party-state nexus in Nicaragua

The recent demonstrations are the expression of deep dissatisfaction with the Ortega family regime. But in the absence of any serious political opposition, it is unclear what the alternative might be. Español

El nexo familia-partido-estado en Nicaragua

Las recientes manifestaciones son expresión de un profundo rechazo del régimen de la familia Ortega. Pero a falta de una oposición política seria, está por ver cuál podría ser la alternativa. English

Another road for Europe: appeal for the European elections, May 2014

Democracy is undermined at the national and has not developed at the European level. Is another road for Europe possible? Read in French; in Spanish.

Return to national currencies? Not so fast!

Oskar Lafontaine, the former Die Linke chairman and a figure of the German left, has recently called for a return to national currencies. But while frustration with the euro is widespread, his solution doesn't make sense from an economic, political or even moral point of view.

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