Jurgen Stark

Jurgen Stark

A German economist who served as interim president of the Bundesbank in 2004. In 2006, he became part of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank.
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Until then everything went well," said Jurgen Stark, who resigned before the end of his mandate from the ECB in late 2011, as he felt that the decisions made by his ex-colleagues had excessively stretched the ECB's mandate.
European Central Bank (ECB) policymaker, Jurgen Stark, has said to politicians that the central bank should not be expected to solve the crisis.
The recent resignation of the European Central Bank's (ECB) chief economist, Jurgen Stark is a perfect example.
It's all very well for the former ECB banker Jurgen Stark to call for even harsher austerity measures to be applied here.
In its opening paper, Jurgen Stark, a Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, looks at the imbalances at the root of the financial crisis and maintains that unless these imbalances are successfully remedied by global policy reform, the global economy will suffer a "lost decade.
At the closed meeting of the Economic and Monetary Committee of the European Parliament that took place last week, Jurgen Stark, a member of the ECB's Governing Board from Germany, estimated that Estonia is currently not able to adopt the single currency.
Still, the ECB appears unfazed and seems resolved to trade away economic performance to assure inflation is kept in check, with ECB member Jurgen Stark openly suggesting that GDP growth may say low "for years to come".
On December 10 and 11, ECB board members Axel Weber and Jurgen Stark a" the Bundesbank men a" cautioned against cutting interest rates to below 2.
Jurgen Stark said that slow growth may not restrain inflation.
7 percent in the May consumer price index, ECB board member Jurgen Stark expressed concern over growing inflation in the eurozone area, saying, ''Eurozone inflation reached an unacceptable level in May.
Jurgen Stark is a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank
In September 2011, the head economist of the ECB, Jurgen Stark - a fellow German - followed in his footsteps for the same reasons.