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Europe after Enlargement

Europe after Enlargement

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  • Editors:
  • Anders Aslund, Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC
  • Marek Dabrowski, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw
Anders Åslund, Marek Dabrowski, Charles Wyplosz, Georges de Menil, Vito Tanzi, Fabrizio Coricelli, Daniel Gros, Patrick Lenain, Yegor T. Gaidar, Anders Aslund, Susanne Milcher, Ben Slay, Mark Collins, Johannes F. Linn, David Tiomkin
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  • Date Published: March 2007
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521872867

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  • Where is Europe going? In this 2007 collection, several prominent European economists offer essays on the five big challenges to the development of the European Union (EU). Namely, the new European Constitution, European finances and the euro, the need to boost economic growth, competition in both new member states and countries further to the East, and the goal of forming a cooperative and productive relationship with countries on the European periphery. The book includes essays by Charles Wyplosz, who argues that enlargement and deepening are not substitutes but complements; Vito Tanzi who questions the Keynesian foundation of the Growth and Stability Pact; Daniel Gros, who criticises the achievements within the Lisbon Agenda, as well as essays by Anders Aslund, who claims that Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs differ little from US 'robber barons'. The final two chapters discuss the EU's European Neighbourhood Policy and long-term economic integration in Eurasia. Listed in the Economist Top 100 Books of 2007.

    • Balances perspectives between older and newer EU nations
    • Covers key issues of European constitutions, the euro, growth, and intraregional and inter-regional competition
    • Coeditors and contributors are internationally well known
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    Reviews & endorsements

    “A pantheon of economic thinkers grapples with the problems facing Europe. No longer about East vs. West or even rich vs. aspiring, the issue now is whether all of Europe can stay (relatively) rich while it ages. As the authors make clear, for really dealing with this complex problem and all its facets, it's much later than you think.” -- Simon Johnson, Sloan School of Management, MIT

    “Enlargement has irreversibly transformed the European Union and this must lead to a rethinking of its principles and policies. Åslund and Dąbrowski offer analyses, ideas and proposals that cover a wide range of issues. This is a most welcome contribution to the debate on the course the new Europe should take in the years to come” -- Jean Pisani-Ferry, Director of Bruegel, Brussels

    “This book discusses - in a profound and transparent way - many important topics, e.g. EU constitution, aging, fiscal rules, economic growth in the European countries. It usefully covers EU-IS, New Members as well as Eurasia.” -- Leszek Balcerowicz, President, National Bank of Poland

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    Product details

    • Date Published: March 2007
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521872867
    • length: 254 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 162 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.48kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    List of charts, tables, and boxes
    Contributors
    Acknowledgments
    Introduction Anders Åslund and Marek Dabrowski
    1. Has Europe lost its heart? Charles Wyplosz
    2. Economic implications of the social provisions of the stalled EU constitution Georges de Menil
    3. Fiscal policy and fiscal rules in the European Union Vito Tanzi
    4. Design and implementation of the stability and growth pact: the perspective of new Member States Fabrizio Coricelli
    5. Perspective on the Lisbon strategy: how to increase European competitiveness Daniel Gros
    6. Is Europe reforming? Evidence from cross-country structural indicators Patrick Lenain
    7. Recovery growth as a stage of post-socialist transition Yegor T. Gaidar
    8. Comparative oligarchy: Russia, Ukraine and the United States Anders Åslund
    9. The economic rationale of the 'European neighborhood policy' Susanne Milcher, Ben Slay and Mark Collins
    10. Economic integration of Eurasia: opportunities and challenges of global significance Johannes F. Linn and David Tiomkin.

  • Editors

    Anders Aslund, Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC

    Marek Dabrowski, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw

    Contributors

    Anders Åslund, Marek Dabrowski, Charles Wyplosz, Georges de Menil, Vito Tanzi, Fabrizio Coricelli, Daniel Gros, Patrick Lenain, Yegor T. Gaidar, Anders Aslund, Susanne Milcher, Ben Slay, Mark Collins, Johannes F. Linn, David Tiomkin

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