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The crisis in the euro area

Prof. dr hab. Jarosław Kundera

Jarosław Kundera

Professor of the University of Wroclaw, Jean Monnet Chair, member of workinggroup on the Agenda 2000, expert of Directorate General for Economicand Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) European Commission, coordinator of Tempus program on European Studies. Curriculum Development, coordinator of post-diploma French study – Public policy in Europe (DESS), member of Committee of National Research (KBN) in Warsaw, coordinator of Tempus program Euro-Regio-Center, Director of theInstitute of Economics of the University of Wroclaw, adviser for Structural Funds in two operational programs: Trans frontier cooperation between Poland and the Czech Republic and Regional Operational program for Lower Silesian Voievodship (education infrastructure), chief of group of researchers under the J. Monnetprogram: The Political Economy of the EMU, and the program: Initiative and Constrain in the Mapping of Evolving European Borders.

ISBN: 978-83-7627-144-6
Nr katalogowy: 1146
Wydanie: 1
Data wydania: 2017/05
Seria: Monografie
Oprawa: miekka
Format: 165 x 235
Ilość stron: 416
Cena katalogowa: 65 zł


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The EU passes the last wave of crises related to the problem of refugees, Brexit, crisis in the euro area. The crisis in the euro area was the first sign of the problems in the EU; it began with the global financial crisis in 2008, that affected also the economies of member countries. The book investigates the causes of the crisis in the euro area in order to seek the best methods for its overcoming. The analysis takes into account the experiences of four countries the most affected by the economic downturn (Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain). The experience of these countries shows that the fight against the crisis must be accomplished on by effective coordination of economic policies, but not only by individual austerity programs. Coordination should include monetary affairs as well as fiscal and structural policy. The need for a coordination of economic policy in euro area arises from growing spillover effects in the single market. To avoid the future crisis, the EU have to be reformed towards new institutional arrangements. The EU need new ideas of cooperation, to improve mechanism of European integration and to achieve new benefits. All proposed steps against the crisis in the euro area are mutually collateral: monetary integration requires fiscal coordination, ECB bailout program provides partly mutualisation of debts, monetary and fiscal integration requires banking union with common rules of deposit insurance; all of them require new budget and intuitional competence to provide optimal economic policy in all euro area. No institutional reforms in the EU means acceptance of the inherent fragility and potentially break up of euro area.



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