Europeâ€™s Debt Crisis, Coordination Failure, and International Effects
This paper gives an overview of the causes of the European debt crisis and the consequences for the external relations. It finds that political mishandling has increased uncertainty, which has contributed to a tendency for the euro to become weaker.
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