Economy 12 April 2012 Opinionomics | 12 April 2012 Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring green regulations, charity funding, and agency pricing Print HTML 1. Going green won't kill jobs during hard times (New Scientist) Josh Bivens gives three reasons why, in a depression, green regulations can be expected to create jobs. 2. Charity Case (Times) In a leader, the Times excoriates George Osborne for his plans over charity reform. 3. Eurozone crisis: Why it may not be over yet (BBC News) Stephanie Flanders looks ahead to the future of the Eurozone. 4. Everything you need to know about today’s e-book lawsuit in one post (paidContent) Laura Hazard Owen gives us a Ronseal post (it does what it says on the tin) 5. Vive l'eurozone – as long as France accepts more austerity (Independent) Hamish McRae throws some cold water on the hopes that Hollande will be the scourge of French austerity. › Morning Call: pick of the papers New iPads in the 5th Avenue Apple Store. (Getty) Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe More Related articles George Osborne's mistakes are coming back to haunt him The changing world of work Is Kezia Dugdale's tax rise the beginning of an honest debate about tax?