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The Economics of European Integration

Paperback, blz. | Engels
McGraw-Hill Education | 7e druk, 2022
ISBN13: 9781526849434
Hoofdrubriek : Economie
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McGraw-Hill Education 7e druk, 2022 9781526849434
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The seventh edition of The Economics of European Integration provides students with an accessible presentation of the facts, theories and controversies that are driving rapid change at the heart of Europe. This new edition covers crucial updates on the impact of Brexit and Covid-19 and offers an expert analysis of the contemporary status of integration within the European Union.

Key Features and Updates
• Wide range of learning features including boxed examples and illustrations, end of chapter summaries, self-assessment questions and essay questions.
• Fully updated to include new discussions and examples such as the new budget which has significant implications on European bonds, immigration, and climate change.
• Two new chapters highlighting the impact of both Brexit and Covid-19 on the EU.
• An Online Learning Centre with Lecture Outlines, PowerPoint Presentations, and an Image Library.

Richard Baldwin is Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, having been a visiting professor at Oxford and MIT. He is Editor-in-Chief and founder of VoxEU.org since 2007 and he advises governments around the world on globalisation and integration issues having served in the Bush (Sr) White House in 1990-91.

Charles Wyplosz is Professor Emeritus of International Economics at the Graduate Institute in Geneva where he also served as Director of the International Centre for Money and Banking Studies. He is a Fellow of CEPR and of the European Economic Association, as well as a Founding Managing Editor of the Economic Policy journal.




Part 1: History, Facts and Institutions
Facts, Law and Institutions
Decision Making

Part 2: The Microeconomics of European Integration
4Essential microeconomic background
5Preferential liberalisation
6Scale economies and competition
8Labour markets and migration

Part 3: EU Micro Policies
9Common Agricultural Policy
10Location effects and regional policy
11Competition policy and state aids
12EU trade and climate policy

Part 4: The Macroeconomics of Monetary Integration
13Essential macroeconomic tools
14Optimum currency areas

Part 5: EU Monetary and Fiscal Policies
15The European monetary union
16Fiscal policy and the Stability Pact
17The financial markets and the euro
18The Eurozone in crisis

Online Chapters
19Economics for Covid-19
20Brexit: Problems and Prospects
21The history of European monetary integration

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