Economic governance in EMU revisited
SCHELKLE, Waltraud; BUITER, William H.; GRAUWE, Paul De; DRIFFILL, John; GOODHART, C.A.E.; JOERGES, Christian; MCNAMARA, Kathleen R.; PISANI-FERRY, Jean; SCHARPF, Fritz W.
Journal of Common Market studies, 2006, 44, 4, 669-864
SCHELKLE, Waltraud, BUITER, William H., GRAUWE, Paul De, DRIFFILL, John, GOODHART, C.A.E., JOERGES, Christian, MCNAMARA, Kathleen R., PISANI-FERRY, Jean, SCHARPF, Fritz W., Economic governance in EMU revisited, Journal of Common Market studies, 2006, 44, 4, 669-864 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/17447
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Keyword(s): European studies European integration Economic and Monetary Union Economic management Stability Pact Fiscal policy Public expenditure European Union Policy analysis Political reform Political integration Business cycle transmissions Macroeconomics Wage determination Economic growth Model testing Collective bargaining European Central Bank Monetary policy Taylor rule Output gap Political economy Decision making Neoliberalism Economic integration Governance Member states Europe
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