Il futuro dell'Europa
AbstractIl futuro dell'Europa (di Jean Paul Fitoussi) - ABSTRACT: The cause of slow-growing European economy lies in the absence of a political European government, more than in lack of technological and innovative potentialities. Nevertheless, Europe has continued to follow the pre-euro development path: a collection of small and medium countries continue to carry out a competitive disinflation policy. There is plenty of evidence that this is the wrong policy. Indeed, Euro-nations run the risk to lose their role among the richest nations as well they need high degrees of coordination and a unique strategy to succeed.
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Volume (Year): 2006/16 (2006)
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