Language English. Subjects European Union. International economic integration.
Europe -- Economic integration. European Union countries -- Economic policy. Summary In this text Miroslav N.
Jovanovic argues that economic integration in Europe is not a lost cause and provides a thorough analysis of the complex issues involved. All the main policy areas are examined in detail, with the political and legal dimensions of European Union involvement and issues such as competition highlighted. Other, less well known policy areas, such as social policy, environmental policy and transport policy, are also examined.
Concluding with a look at future possibilities for economic integration, the author argues that only a solution ensuring 'unity with diversity' can guarantee success. Containing an excellent blend of theory and practice and presenting a highly complex issue in an accessible and non-technical way, this text will be an invaluable resource for students of international economics, international business, and European studies.
European Economic Integration: Limits and Prospects [Miroslav Jovanovic] on quiperpschutheartscor.cf *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The move to full European. In this major new text, Miroslav quiperpschutheartscor.cfvic presents an analysis of all the major aspects of economic integration in the European Union.
Contents 1. The Origin of the European Union 2. Monetary Policy 3.
Fiscal Policy and the Budget 4. Common Agricultural Policy 5. Competition Policy 6. Industrial Policy in Manufacturing and Services 7. Trade Policy 8.
Regional Policy 9. Capital Mobility Labour Mobility Social Policy Environment Policy Transport Policy Notes Includes bibliographical references p. Dewey Number View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"?
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