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.
Title: Economic governance in EMU revisited
Author: 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.
Citation: Journal of Common Market studies, 2006, 44, 4, 669-864
Subject: 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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