Europe's Sovereign Debt Crisis: No Place to Hide?
AbstractWhile it is indeed true that no man--or nation--is an island, especially not in a world of highly integrated financial markets, it is important to be clear that the southern European crisis was not inevitable; it sprang mainly from the failure to implement the fiscal discipline required of nations that participate in a single currency area.
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Date of creation: Jun 2010
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