Economic Crisis in Europe (inbunden)
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Economic Crisis in Europe (inbunden)

Economic Crisis in Europe

What it means for the EU and Russia

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The financial crisis of 2008-09 took an unexpected turn upon challenging a core symbol of Europe's integration project, the Euro. In this volume, leading experts tackle questions on the capacity of the EU to respond, the manner discontent electorates will hold their leaders to account, and the implications for Europe's future relations with Russia.
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"This interesting ... volume takes in a broad range of topics, from macroeconomics, to trade, to climate change, and back again. ... the chapters get better as they move along and there are indeed important nuggets of analysis here. ... this represents a valuable attempt to understand the EU and Russia in a time of severe economic crisis." (Christopher A. Hartwell, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 53 (3), 2015)

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JOAN DEBARDELEBEN is Chancellor's Professor and Associate Director in the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University, Canada. She is founder and Director of Carleton University's EU Centre of Excellence, the Centre for European Studies; she is also Director of the Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (, a major Canada-Europe research network funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. CRINA VIJU is Assistant Professor, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Canada.


List of Tables List of Figures List of Appendices List of Abbreviations Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Dedication Introduction; J.DeBardeleben & C.Viju PART I: THE ECONOMIC CRISIS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION Macroeconomic Impacts of the 2008-09 Crisis in Europe; A.Inotai EU Institutions Face the Great Recession: How Has the Machinery Worked?; G.Ross Fiscal Crises in Europe: Assessing the Austerity Imposed by the Bail-outs; P.Leblond The Electoral Impact of the 2008 Economic Crisis in Europe; L.LeDuc & J.H.Pammett PART II: THE EU'S GLOBAL ROLE AND INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Do the Rules of International Trade Constrain Protection? Global Recession and EU Trade Policy; C.Viju & W.A.Kerr A Climate of Crisis: The Impacts of the Economic Crisis on EU Climate Change Policy; M.Paterson The Role of the IMF in the International Financial and Eurozone Crises; P.Conway PART III: THE CRISIS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE Economic Crisis, the Power Vertical, and Prospects for Liberalization in Russia; J.DeBardeleben & M.Zherebtsov Economic Relations between the European Union and Russia: Before and After the Crisis; E.Kuznetsova & V.Inozemtsev The 2008-09 Economic Crisis: Consequences in Central and Eastern Europe; P.Dutkiewicz & G.Gorzelak Conclusion; J.DeBardeleben & C.Viju