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- Wyplosz, Charles
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The Economics of European Integration 6e629Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Now in its sixth edition, The Economics of European Integration is a timely and insightful text on this everchangingand controversial topic. This edition guides the students through the facts, theories, history, institutions,laws, politics and policies of the European Union, and how each of these play their role in European economics.
Covering both the microeconomics and macroeconomics of European integration, this text is written forsecond and third-year undergraduates in economics as well as advanced undergraduates and graduatestudents in business, international affairs, European studies and political science.
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InnehållsförteckningPart I - History, Facts and InstitutionsChapter 1. History1.1 Early post-war period1.2 Two strands of European integration: federalism and intergovernmentalism1.3 Evolution to two concentric circles: the domino effect part I1.4 Euro-pessimism1.5 Deeper circles and the domino effect part II: the Single Market Programme and the EEA1.6 Communisms creeping failure and spectacular collapse1.7 Reuniting East and West Europe1.8 Preparing for eastern enlargement: a string of new treaties1.9 Global and Eurozone crises and institutional responses1.10 The rise of Euroscepticism1.11 SummarySelf-assessment questionsReferences and further readingChapter 2. Facts, law, institutions and the budget2.1 Economic integration in the EU2.2 EU structure pre- and post-Lisbon2.3 EU law2.4 The Big-5 institutions2.5 Legislative processes2.6 Some important facts2.7 The budget2.8 SummarySelf-assessment questionsReferences and further readingChapter 3. Decision making3.1 Task allocation and subsidiarity: EU practice and principles3.2 Understanding the task allocation: the theory of fiscal federalism3.3 Economic view of decision making3.4 The distribution of power among EU members3.5 Legitimacy in EU decision making3.6 SummarySelf-assessment questionsFrågor & svar