Bonding in Europe
AbstractTime is ripe to look at the bonding institutions of Europe in a different way: as instruments able to change the internal dynamics of an economic system. These institutions will put a country attracted by a low and stable equilibrium output onto a path of economic growth. Questions such as under what circumstances these institutions can be created and whether their result, a new and higher output level, is stable are also addressed. Once in place they need not be eternal: when an economy reaches full employment, they might be dismantled because they use too much of the public funds.
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growth; bonding; Europe; bifurcations; government;
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