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The Euro at 10: europeanization, power, and convergence

Author: Dyson, Kenneth Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 472 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199208869Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


The Euro at 10 Europeanization, Power, and Convergence Contents List of Figures List of Tables Notes on Contributors 1. The First Decade: Credibility, Identity, and Institutional `Fuzziness' Kenneth Dyson xiii xv xvii 1 Part I. European and Global Contexts and Challenges 2. The Euro in a Global Context: Challenges and Capacities Benjamin J. Cohen 3. The Changing European Context of Economic and Monetary Union: 'Deepening', 'Widening', and Stability Gaby Umbach and Wolfgang Wessels 4. Fiscal Policy Coordination and Discipline: The Stability and Growth Pact and Domestic Fiscal Regimes Mark Hallerberg and Joshua Bridwell 5. The Lisbon Process and Economic Reform: Learning by Benchmarking? Martin Marcussen 37 54 69 87 Part II. Domestic Political and Policy Contexts in Euro Area Member States 6. France: The Political Management of Paradoxical Interests David Howarth 111 7. Germany: A Crisis of Leadership in the Euro Area Kenneth Dyson 8. Greece: A Suitable Accommodation? Kevin Featherstone 9. Ireland: The Outlier Inside Colin Hay, Jari Matti Riiheläinen, Nicola J. Smith, and Matthew Watson 10. Italy: Creeping Towards Convergence Lucia Quaglia and Paul Furlong 11. The Netherlands: A Turning Point in Dutch­EU Relations? Amy Verdun 132 165 182 204 222 Part III. Domestic Political and Policy Contexts in Euro Area 'Outsiders' 12. Baltic States: When Stability Culture Is Not Enough Magnus Feldmann 13. Britain: The Political Economy of Retrenchment Jim Buller and Andrew Gamble 14. Hungary and Slovakia: Compliance and its Discontents Béla Greskovits 15. Poland: From Pacesetter to Semi-Permanent Outsider? Radoslaw Zubek 16. Sweden: Stability without Europe Johannes Lindvall 243 258 274 292 307 Part IV. Sectors, States, and EMU 17. Banking and Financial Market Regulation and Supervision Huw Macartney and Michael Moran 18. Wages and Collective Bargaining Nick Parsons and Philippe Pochet 325 341 19. Welfare Reform Daniel Wincott 20. European States and the Euro Area: Clustering and Covariance in Patterns of Change Kenneth Dyson References Index 359 378 415 453

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