2 edition of European Free Trade Associationand the crisis of European integration found in the catalog.
European Free Trade Associationand the crisis of European integration
Graduate Institute of International Studies.
by Michael Joseph for the Graduate Institute of International studies, Geneva in London
Written in English
|Statement||by a study group, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
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European Free Trade Association and the crisis of European integration. New York, Humanities Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva, Switzerland) OCLC Number: Notes: Text on lining papers.
Description: pages 23 cm: Responsibility. European Free Trade Association and the crisis of European integration: an aspect of the Atlantic crisis. London, published by Joseph for the Graduate Institute of International Studies, European Free Trade Associationand the crisis of European integration book, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva, Switzerland) OCLC Number.
The European integration project currently faces profound political, economic, legal, and societal challenges. These challenges seem increasingly to overburden the European Union as well as the cohesion among the Member States, and therefore pose a serious threat to the integration by: 1.
The book investigates and assesses the impact of the crisis with particular reference to monetary and fiscal policy, whose protracted austerity approach has dampened economic growth. In their discussion of the long-run European integration process, the authors emphasize the original weaknesses in the construction of the European Monetary Union.
Mainly on the economies of the member states and on the political aspects: The European Free Trade Association and the crisis of European aspect of the Atlantic crisis.
by a study group of the Geneva Graduate Institute of International Studies (London, Michael Joseph, ). See also: S.J. Wells, EFTA. The end of the transition, Lloyds Bank Review,October EFTA is no Author: M.
van Meerhaeghe. The book examines the economic crisis in the European Union and its consequences for European integration and the member states. Discussing the provisions introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon, from the effects of macroeconomic monitoring to the restraints produced by the Fiscal Compact, it offers an analysis of the European Union’s current situation and the effects of the measures adopted to.
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3 The French progressively came to the conclusion that the best way, given the historical circumstances of the Cold War and the Soviet threat. The double bailout: assessing new intergovernmentalism in the euro-crisis and the implications for European integration and democracy Anna Wenz-Temming & Jared Sonnicksen Pages: Recoge: 1.
General introduction - al trade arrangements worldwide - theory of economic integration - problems of the quantitative estimation of integration effects - European Union - trade and aid policies towards the LDCs and CEECs - European free trade association - North American free trade agreement - al integration in Latin America.
Ferrera looks into what it means to be a European, and argues that integration proceeded so as to favour the emergence of a pan-European elite identity, while the inherited weight and inertia of national cultural frameworks prevented the emergence of a deeper sense of common citizenship across the EU.
The ‘econo-cracy’ and austerity politics of the recent crisis years have eroded what. of monetary and fiscal policy of European Union, and closer integration between the countries are taken.
Keywords: Euro, European integration, European Union, European Monetary Union, debt crisis in Euro zone. Introduction The integration process of Europe, the result of which is foundation of European Union (EU), is one of the most. Since the onset of the global financial crisis inthe EU has been in almost permanent crisis mode.
It is witnessing new dimensions of internal differentiation among its member states, and the migration crisis has shown that the Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) in particular are slowly but certainly transforming themselves from predominantly passive policy-takers.
This unique and fascinating book illustrates that the ‘credit crunch’ and the ensuing financial and economic crisis of – did not only strike hard at the economy in the Western world, but also at its policymakers, at economics as a scientific discipline and, more specifically, at the process of European integration itself.
The book analyses the emerging centre-periphery divisions within the European Union which result from the unprecedented conditions created by the global financial crisis and the subsequent Eurozone sovereign debt crisis.
The multiple layers of policy coordination which emerged in response to the crisis have initiated a process by which the EU is increasingly divided in terms of the. Against European Integration The European Union and its Discontents (Economics in the Real World Book 8) by muqis Leave a Comment.
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Economic integration is a process aiming at abolishing discrimination between domestic and foreign goods, services and factors of production.1 Typically this process runs through four stages: free trade area, customs union, common market and economic and monetary union.
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