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Union bancaria: elementos integrantes y medidas complementarias

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  • Jorge Sicilia
  • Santiago Fernandez de Lis
  • Ana Rubio
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    La crisis ha supuesto un incremento de la fragmentacion financiera y la constatacion de un vinculo entre los riesgos soberano y bancario nacionales, cuya persistencia en el tiempo seria incompatible con el euro. La solucion a estos problemas debe ser la union bancaria, que debe construirse a la vez que se soluciona la crisis actual. Al tiempo, el proceso se complementaria con la existencia de bancos transnacionales. El proceso hacia la union bancaria no tiene un diseño optimo, sera largo y generara tensiones en la transicion, pero es politicamente posible. Al final, tendremos una Europa mucho mas integrada desde el punto de vista monetario, bancario, fiscal y politico.

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    Paper provided by BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department in its series Working Papers with number 1326.

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    Length: 21 pages
    Date of creation: Aug 2013
    Handle: RePEc:bbv:wpaper:1326
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