Euro Reform 2014 PDF Print E-mail

Europe is facing the longest period of sustained unemployment, slow growth and financial crunch in its modern history. Within a world in crisis, the Eurozone is performing worse than its neighbours and competitors and its prospects remain uncertain, which gives rise to popular discontent which translates in mounting Euro-scepticism.


In this report we start by analysing the principles of the Economic and Monetary Union set in the Maastricht Treaty as well as the soundness of the European leaders’ insistence on refusing any reform to them. The features of a new economic coordination policy and the principles that should inform the launching of a reform of the Euro are presented by the end of it.






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