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25 June 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): Pension savings and economic growth.

18 July 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): The savings paradox or managing financial, economic or financial risks.

30 July 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): The Real Indicator of Economic Health: The Rewards for Savings. The U.K. example.

8 September 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): When Capitalism no longer works - a Profit Warning.

De Koning, Kees (2012): When capitalism no longer works - a profit warning.

18 October 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): Profits:The Economic or Auditors' Assessment?

12 November 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): The world's dream: economic growth : the balance sheet approach.

28 November 2012

De Koning, Kees (2012): The United States: An Economic Balance Sheet Analysis.

14 February 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): The United Kingdom: Economic Growth, a Draft Master Plan.

8 April 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): An income gap theory and its effects on unemployment and economic growth.

16 May 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): Debt, equity and income: the limits to the freedom of choice in an economy.

14 June 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): Economic System Failures: the U.S. case.

5 August 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): The real financial crisis: an individual households' crisis The case for index-linked government bonds for the Netherlands, the U.S. and the U.K.

25 September 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): The world's dream, economic growth revisited.

24 October 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): The Collective Individual Households or Coin economic theory.

27 December 2013

De Koning, Kees (2013): Do savings promote or hamper economic growth? The Euro area example.

23 January 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): Financial crisis, economic crisis and individual households' income and savings crisis.

29 January 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): The benign neglect of the individual households' equity crisis.

28 April 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): Are financial markets fit for purpose?

29 May 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): The savings depreciation factor and economic growth.

23 July 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): A Home Individual Savings Account, An opportunity for the English underprivileged?

29 September 2014

De Koning, Kees (2014): About winners and losers: the Euro Area example.

5 January 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): A Keynesian factor in monetary policy: the Economic Growth Incentive Method (EGIM).

7 February 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): The evil force of borrowing and the weakness of Quantitative Easing.

3 March 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): Overfunding and underfunding, a main cause of the business cycle?

5 April 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): Wealth, incomes and debt: the blocked channels.

16 July 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): Debts should come with a serious economic health warning!

14 August 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): The U.S. experience, Free markets in money: a contradiction in terms!

22 September 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): Collective Household Economics and the need for funds approach The 2007-2008 financial crisis and its effects.

16 October 2015

De Koning, Kees (2015): Collective Household Economics: a Wake Up Call for Central Banks?

23 January 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): Collective Household Economics: Why borrowers rather than banks should have been rescued!

20 March 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): Are countries prepared for the next recession?

8 June 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): Helicopter money or a risk sharing approach?

2 September 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): A review of the global financial crisis and its effects on U.S. working class households - a tale of vulnerability and neglect.

24 October 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): The myth of economic growth in the United States.

19 December 2016

De Koning, Kees (2016): G-SIBOs (Global Systemically Important But Overlooked):The Collective of U.S. Households.

22 February 2017

De Koning, Kees (2017): How the U.S. financial crisis could have been averted.

26 April 2017

De Koning, Kees (2017): How savings can lower economic growth levels: the U.S. case.

30 August 2017

De Koning, Kees (2017): Why it makes economic sense to help the have-nots in times of a financial crisis.

De Koning, Kees (2017): Why it makes economic sense to help the have-nots in times of a financial crisis.

15 November 2017

De Koning, Kees (2017): Did Central Banks apply the right strategies after the financial crisis?

18 September 2018

De Koning, Kees (2018): Conversion Theory: the key to understanding economic developments before and after the 2008 financial crisis.

2 January 2019

De Koning, Kees (2019): Conversion Theory II: the case for Recession Bonds.

19 March 2019

De Koning, Kees (2019): After the Great Recession; the Laws of Unintended Consequences.

7 September 2019

De Koning, Kees (2019): Pension savings: A key question about returns.

3 October 2019

De Koning, Kees (2019): Are there fault lines in the Netherland's pension provision?

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