Preventing and Resolving Banking and Sovereign Crises: Toward a New Institutional Framework
Weak European institutions bear some responsibility for the current Eurozone crisis. The paper discusses various alleys for reforming European institutions, such as those in charge of monitoring countries and banks. It then discusses the future of solidarity within the Eurozone, as well as proposed reforms impacting risk sharing. It concludes with steps that might help restore confidence in the European Monetary Union
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Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (July-September)
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