The Brussels Report Podcast Episode 36 – with economist Daniel Kral

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Daniel Kral is a Senior Economist within the macroeconomics forecasting division of Oxford Economics. He joined Oxford Economics in April 2021 in London and leads the coverage of the Nordic region. Daniel holds a Master of Research from University College London where his thesis won the Frank Carter prize for the best post-graduate thesis in 2014. Before, he worked at IHS Markit, VEON, RS Consulting and at the Brussels office of British EU affairs think tank Open Europe.

On Twitter/X, he is one of the most prominent analysts monitoring the developments of European economies.

In this episode of the Brussels Report podcast, editor Pieter Cleppe discusses the following topics with him:

– Germany’s deindustrialisation: how serious is it?

– The Eurozone: trouble on the horizon? Can higher interest bring down monetary union?

– What about Europe’s growth poles. There is Poland, but are there others?

– The economic impact of Brexit, looking back