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The future of economic governance in the EU

The future of economic governance in the EU

Policy Network

06 March 2012


The future of economic governance in the EU: And where does this leave Britain?

The eurozone crisis remains the decisive issue of the day. It splits political families, divides societies and heavily affects all of our economies.  Yet, debates over vital pillars of economic governance and the future of European union are currently locked in confrontation and paralysis.

This new Policy Network publication marks a serious attempt to break free from this damaging polarisation and identify common ground on where sensible economics and political reality can join forces.

Introduction, Olaf Cramme

The state of economic governance in the EU
Parameters of a crisis, Richard Corbett

The politics of convergence, stability and growth
Europe’s illusionary straitjacket, Anke Hassel & Waltraud Schelkle
Smart stimuli for economic growth, Philippe Legrain
Avoid the curse of micro-economic inflexibility, Nigel Wicks
The eurozone needs fiscal centralisation, Charles Goodhart
The zero-sum game is political suicide, Loukas Tsoukalis

The euro-outsider(s): Britain and the implications of isolation
The dangers of Britain’s new global myth, Roger Liddle
Re-commit to the single market, Anne Lambert
The mechanics of Britain's marginalisation, Dick Taverne

This publication also informs a major all-day conference on the future of economic governance in the EU at Bloomberg's central London headquarters on 8 March.

Tags: EU , economic governance , policy network , Olaf Cramme , Richard Corbett , Anke Hassel , Waltraud Schelkle , Philippe Legrain , Nigel Wicks , Charles Goodhart , Loukas Tsoukalis , Roger Liddle , Anne Lambert , Dick Taverne

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