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The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe : The Political Economy of Further Integration and Governance

By: Daianu, Daniel.
Contributor(s): D'Adda, Carlo | Basevi, Giorgio | Kumar, Rajeesh.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.International Political Economy Series: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: 1 online resource (329 p.).ISBN: 9781137356758.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe : The Political Economy of Further Integration and GovernanceOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction; 2 Overview: Analytics of the Euro Area Crisis; Part I Economic Imbalances and the Euro Area Crisis; 3 The Diversity of Debt Crises in Europe; 4 European Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Euro; 5 Economic Policies and the Debt/GDP Constraint: The European Challenge; 6 Current Account Imbalances in the Eurozone: Causes, Remedies and the Role of the ECB; Part II Crisis Management in the Euro Area: The Interplay between Politics and Economics
7 The Euro Crisis and German Primacy8 The Power of Ordoliberalism in the Eurozone Crisis Management; 9 Italy and the Euro; 10 Turning a Small Problem into Catastrophe: The Case of Greece; 11 The Eurozone Crisis: A Perspective from and Impact on Asia; Part III The Euro Area: Looking into the Future; 12 The EMU Is No One-Way-Street: Back to the Roots!; 13 Changing Welfare States and the Euro Crisis; 14 The Long-term Implications of the Euro Crisis for European Integration: A Deeper Union or Fragmentation?; 15 The Euro Area: Repairing a Flawed Design and Its Policy Arrangements
16 Afterword: Summing Up: The Crisis and Europe's FutureReferences; Index
Summary: <p >The authors uncover the roots of the eurozone crisis, focusing on how this can be solved against the backdrop of a very deep financial and economic crisis and its strong social impact. Looking at the impact of the financial crisis on the eurozone, they explore the European Union's recent and future developments.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction; 2 Overview: Analytics of the Euro Area Crisis; Part I Economic Imbalances and the Euro Area Crisis; 3 The Diversity of Debt Crises in Europe; 4 European Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Euro; 5 Economic Policies and the Debt/GDP Constraint: The European Challenge; 6 Current Account Imbalances in the Eurozone: Causes, Remedies and the Role of the ECB; Part II Crisis Management in the Euro Area: The Interplay between Politics and Economics

7 The Euro Crisis and German Primacy8 The Power of Ordoliberalism in the Eurozone Crisis Management; 9 Italy and the Euro; 10 Turning a Small Problem into Catastrophe: The Case of Greece; 11 The Eurozone Crisis: A Perspective from and Impact on Asia; Part III The Euro Area: Looking into the Future; 12 The EMU Is No One-Way-Street: Back to the Roots!; 13 Changing Welfare States and the Euro Crisis; 14 The Long-term Implications of the Euro Crisis for European Integration: A Deeper Union or Fragmentation?; 15 The Euro Area: Repairing a Flawed Design and Its Policy Arrangements

16 Afterword: Summing Up: The Crisis and Europe's FutureReferences; Index

<p >The authors uncover the roots of the eurozone crisis, focusing on how this can be solved against the backdrop of a very deep financial and economic crisis and its strong social impact. Looking at the impact of the financial crisis on the eurozone, they explore the European Union's recent and future developments.

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Anton Hemerijck, VU University Amsterdam, The NetherlandsBodo Herzog, Reutlingen-University, GermanyBrigitte Young, University of Muenster, GermanyFabian Zuleeg, European Policy Centre, BelgiumFrancesco Nicoli, European Policy Centre, BelgiumGiorgio Basevi, University of Bologna, ItalyJerome L. Stein, Brown University, USAJonathan Story, INSEAD, FranceJulius Horvath, Central European University, HungaryKarlhans Sauernheimer, Johannes Gutenberg-University, GermanyKunibert Raffer, University of Vienna, AustriaMartin Suster, National Bank of Slovakia, BratislavaMichael R. Blomenhofer, Kroll, SingaporePradumna B. Rana, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeRadu Vranceanu, ESSEC Business School, Paris, France

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