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Southern Europe: Common Problems, Different Solutions

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Nei dibattiti di natura storica, sociologica e soprattutto economica, "Europa meridionale" e i vari acronimi dispregiativi a essa correlati hanno spesso assunto una connotazione negativa. Tuttavia, i cosiddetti "PIGS" condividono molte dinamiche e problematiche legate alla crisi, forse perfino di più rispetto alle caratteristiche strutturali comuni. Tutto ciò è verosimilmente la conseguenza di turbolenze sui mercati finanziari dell'europeriferia nonché di politiche uniformi imposte su tali Paesi. Sebbene questi problemi siano comuni, è verosimile che le soluzioni richiedano l'adozione di politiche specifiche per ciascun Paese.

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  • D'Ippoliti Carlo, 2016. "Southern Europe: Common Problems, Different Solutions," Economia & lavoro, Carocci editore, issue 1, pages 23-30.
  • Handle: RePEc:caq:j950ix:doi:10.7384/83597:y:2016:i:1:p:23-30
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