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Leitlinien für ein dauerhaftes Wachstum in der EU? Konzept und Wirkung der Grundzüge der Wirtschaftspolitik

  • Niechoj, Torsten
  • Hein, Eckhard

Die Grundzüge der Wirtschaftspolitik formulieren die Antwort der EU-Regierungen und der Kommission auf die Wachstums- und Beschäftigungsschwierigkeiten in Europa. Obwohl damit seit mehr als zehn Jahren ein wirtschaftspolitisches Konzept für die Europäische Union vorliegt, haben die dort festgehaltenen Empfehlungen keine neue Wachstumsdynamik erzeugen können. In Auseinandersetzung mit den Grundzügen zeigt der Artikel die Schwächen des dahinter liegenden wirtschaftspolitischen Leitbildes und stellt Ansätze einer alternativen Konzeption vor, die auch langfristig mehr Wachstum für Europa verspricht.

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Paper provided by The Institute of Economic and Social Research (WSI), Hans-Böckler-Foundation in its series WSI Working Papers with number 126.

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