- n. Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569)
“Note 16: Martin Bruegel also cogently demonstrates the need to blend social histories and cultural analysis with a discussion of early republican economic development.”
“See, Martin Bruegel, Farm, Shop, Landing: The Rise of a Market Society in the Hudson Valley,”
“I'm an economist and I work for Bruegel, which is a think-tank in Brussels.”
“A more immediate worry, says Bruegel think tank researcher Benedicta Marzinoto, are fears larger European economies will be pulled into the eurozone debt crisis.”
“Mr. Sarkozy and Ms. Merkel are aware of the need for further fiscal integration between euro zone nations to bolster the stability of the bloc," said Nicolas Véron, a senior fellow with Bruegel, a Brussels-based think-tank.”
“The core of the issue is political and institutional," said Nicolas Véron , a senior fellow at Bruegel, a Brussels-based think tank.”
“Jean Pisani-Ferry, director of Brussels-based think tank Bruegel, said France should focus less on fiscal belt-tightening and more on jump-starting its economy, even if it means higher deficits in the near term.”
“But anyway, the Celebrity Big Brother house played host last week to the mother-in-law of all cat-fights when what started as a harmless "girls' night in", complete with pyjamas, chardonnay and Cyndi Lauper keening "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", ended up as Mean Girls as imagined by Bruegel.”
“Prado officials also grabbed a little slice of heaven with the authentication of a brand new Bruegel.”
“She has a strong knowledge of Europe's situation," said Nicolas Veron , a fellow at the Bruegel think tank in Brussels.”
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