The Failed Political Economy of the Euro Crisis
The euro crisis has been extensively discussed in terms of economics, finance, political intrigues, and European institutions, but a key aspectâ€”the political economy of the crisisâ€”has received little attention. Politicians and social scientists from emerging economies, especially Eastern Europe, look with amazement at this oversight.
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