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The Economics of European Integration

Taschenbuch von Richard Baldwin und Charles Wyplosz

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Artikel-Nr.:
90636141
Im Sortiment seit:
05.07.2019
Erscheinungsdatum:
05.04.2019
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Auflage:
6. Auflage von 1920
6. Auflage
Autor:
Baldwin, Richard
Wyplosz, Charles
Verlag:
McGraw-Hill Education Ltd
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Volkswirtschaft
Seiten:
520
Gewicht:
912 gr
Beschreibung
Now in its sixth edition, The Economics of European Integration is a timely and insightful text on this everchanging and controversial topic. This edition guides the students through the facts, theories, history, institutions, laws, politics and policies of the European Union, and how each of these play their role in European economics.
Covering both the microeconomics and macroeconomics of European integration, this text is written for second and third-year undergraduates in economics as well as advanced undergraduates and graduate students in business, international affairs, European studies and political science.
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Part I - History, Facts and Institutions
Chapter 1. History 1.1 Early post-war period 1.2 Two strands of European integration: federalism and intergovernmentalism 1.3 Evolution to two concentric circles: the domino effect part I 1.4 Euro-pessimism 1.5 Deeper circles and the domino effect part II: the Single Market Programme and the EEA 1.6 Communism's creeping failure and spectacular collapse 1.7 Reuniting East and West Europe 1.8 Preparing for eastern enlargement: a string of new treaties 1.9 Global and Eurozone crises and institutional responses 1.10 The rise of Euroscepticism 1.11 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Chapter 2. Facts, law, institutions and the budget 2.1 Economic integration in the EU 2.2 EU structure pre- and post-Lisbon 2.3 EU law 2.4 The 'Big-5' institutions 2.5 Legislative processes 2.6 Some important facts 2.7 The budget 2.8 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Chapter 3. Decision making 3.1 Task allocation and subsidiarity: EU practice and principles 3.2 Understanding the task allocation: the theory of fiscal federalism 3.3 Economic view of decision making 3.4 The distribution of power among EU members 3.5 Legitimacy in EU decision making 3.6 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Part II - The Microeconomics of European Integration
Chapter 4. Essential microeconomic tools and tariff analysis 4.1 Preliminaries I: supply and demand diagrams 4.2 Preliminaries II: introduction to open-economy supply and demand analysis 4.3 MFN tariff analysis 4.4 GVC analysis 4.5 Types of protection: an economic classification 4.6 Sources of competitiveness differences 4.7 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Chapter 5. The essential economics of preferential liberalization 5.1 Analysis of unilateral discriminatory liberalization 5.2 Analysis of a customs union 5.3 Frictional barriers: the 1992 Programme 5.4 Deep regionalism, the Eurozone and 'soft preferences' 5.5 WTO rules 5.6 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading Annex: Discriminatory liberalization: small country case A5.1 Price and quantity analysis, liberalization with low-cost country A5.2 Welfare analysis: liberalization with low-cost country A5.3 Liberalization with high-cost country: supply switching A5.4 Welfare analysis: liberalization with high-cost country
Chapter 6. Market size and scale effects 6.1 Liberalization, defragmentation and industrial restructuring: logic and facts 6.2 The BE-COMP diagram in a closed economy 6.3 The impact of European liberalization 6.4 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading Annex: Details on the COMP and BE curves A6.1 COMP curve in detail A6.2 BE curve in detail
Chapter 7. Growth effects and factor market integration 7.1 The logic of growth and the facts 7.2 Medium-term growth effects: induced capital formation 7.3 Long-term growth effects: faster knowledge creation and absorption 7.4 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Chapter 8. Economic integration, labour markets and migration 8.1 European labour markets: a brief characterization 8.2 Labour markets: the principles 8.3 Effects of trade integration 8.4 Migration 8.5 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Part III - EU Micro Policies
Chapter 9. The common agricultural policy 9.1 The old simple logic: price supports 9.2 Changed circumstances and CAP problems 9.3 The simple economic logic of the new CAP 9.4 CAP reform 9.5 Today's CAP 9.6 Remaining problems 9.7 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Chapter 10. Location effects, economic geography and regional policy 10.1 Europe's economic geography: the facts 10.2 Theory part I: comparative advantage 10.3 Theory part II: agglomeration and the new economic geography 10.4 Theory part III: putting it all together 10.5 EU regional policy 10.6 Empirical evidence 10.7 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Chapter 11. EU competition and state aid policy 11.1 The economics of anti-competitive behaviour and state aid 11.2 EU competition policy 11.3 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further
reading
Chapter 12. EU trade policy 12.1 Pattern of trade and tariffs: facts 12.2 EU institutions for trade policy 12.3 EU trade policy: broad goals and means 12.4 EU trade policy: existing arrangements 12.5 Summary Self-assessment questions References and further reading
Part IV - The Macroeconmics of Monetary Integration
Chapter 13. Essential macroeconomic tools 13.1 The closed economy: a refresher 13.2 The open economy 13.3 The impossible trinity principle 13.4 The real exchange rate and the purchasing power parity principle 13.5 Applications: macroeconomic policies and the exchange rate 13.6 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading Annex: Various exchange rate regimes
Chapter 14. The history of European monetary integration 14.1 Back to the future: before paper money 14.2 Bretton Woods as an antidote to the inter-war debacle 14.3 After Bretton Woods: Europe's snake in the tunnel 14.4 The European monetary system 14.5 The Maastricht Treaty 14.6 The crisis 14.7 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading Annex: Hume's mechanism
Chapter 15. Optimum currency areas 15.1 The question, the problem and the short answer 15.2 Benefits of a currency area 15.3 Costs of a currency area 15.4 The optimum currency area criteria 15.5 Is Europe an optimum currency area? 15.6 Is Europe becoming an optimum currency area? 15.7 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Part V - EU Monetary and Fiscal Policies
Chapter 16. The European monetary union 16.1 Principles 16.2 The five entry conditions 16.3 The Eurosystem 16.4 The monetary policy strategy 16.5 Independence and accountability 16.6 Instruments 16.7 The first years, until the Great Crisis 16.8 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Chapter 17. Fiscal policy and the Stability Pact 17.1 Fiscal policy in the monetary union 17.2 Fiscal policy externalities 17.3 Principles 17.4 The stability and growth pact 17.5 The macroeconomic imbalance procedure 17.6 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Chapter 18. The financial markets and the euro 18.1 Essentials of financial markets 18.2 Effects of a monetary union 18.3 Fragmentation during the crisis 18.4 The Eurozone and its banks 18.5 The international role of the euro 18.6 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Chapter 19. The Eurozone in crisis 19.1 Stage one: the global financial crisis 19.2 Stage two: the public debt crisis in the Eurozone 19.3 Policy responses 19.4 Banks and public debt 19.5 What have we learned from the crisis? 19.6 Summary Self-assessment questions Essay questions References and further reading
Index