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Von der Wirtschafts- in die Haftungsunion: Bisherige Fehlentwicklungen und aktuelle Handlungsoptionen

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  • Herrmann, Karolin

Die sogenannte No-Bail-Out-Klausel des Art. 125 AEUV verbietet einen Einstand der Union oder der Mitgliedstaaten für die Schulden oder Verbindlichkeiten eines anderen Mitgliedstaates. Auf Druck der deutschen Verhandlungsführer wurde die Nichtbeistands-Klausel mit dem Vertrag von Maastricht EG-vertraglich festgeschrieben. Aufgrund unterschiedlicher nationaler Entwicklungsstände und einem fortwährenden Verstoß gegen die Defizitkriterien des Stabilitäts- und Wachstumspakts verschärfte sich die Verschuldungslage einiger Mitgliedstaaten indes so, dass sich die politischen Entscheidungsträger auf eine Durchbrechung dieser Klausel geeinigt haben.

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Paper provided by Karl-Bräuer-Institut des Bundes der Steuerzahler e.V. (KBI) in its series KBI-Sonderinformationen (2005-2012) with number 64.

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Date of creation: 2011
Handle: RePEc:zbw:kbison:64
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