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2018, Volume 71 - Issue 3 ISSN: 2499-8265
RSS feed citation: At RePEc
Publication date: 03 August 2018

POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES ON EUROPEAN PROBLEMS

Contents of this issue:

The Future of Europe: Economic and Social Prospects (Genoa, 20 October 2017) - Speakers' key papers (p. I-XVI)

Why a Eurozone Collapse should not be a Surprise: The Role of Germany and Greece

Financial Crisis, Banking Sector Performance and Economic Growth in the European Union

Fixing the Eurozone Setup: On Viable Forms of Fiscal Union

Among the Central and Eastern European Countries of the European Union, who Gained and who Lost?

The Exchange Rate Regime Switch and Current Account in Greece, 1976-2014
 

Contents of the Volume

THE FUTURE OF EUROPE: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROSPECTS (pp. I)

Amedeo AMATO, University of Genoa, Italy

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IL FUTURO DELL'EUROPA: PROSPETTIVE ECONOMICHE E SOCIALI - WELCOME ADDRESS (pp. II-III)

Paolo ODONE, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Genoa

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EUROPE'S FUTURE: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROSPECTS (pp. IV-X)

Angelo BAGNASCO, Cardinal Archbishop of Genoa

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EUROPE'S FUTURE AT THE CROSSROADS: THE CHALLENGE OF IMMIGRATION (pp. XI-XVI)

Stefano STEFANINI, Ambassador and Atlantic Council Senior Fellow

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WHY A EUROZONE COLLAPSE SHOULD NOT BE A SURPRISE: THE ROLE OF GERMANY AND GREECE (pp. 227-256)

George ZESTOS, Department of Economics, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, USA

Morgan H. SIMMONS, Department of Economics, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, USA

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FINANCIAL CRISIS, BANKING SECTOR PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (pp. 257-288)

Cândida FERREIRA, Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa and UECE – Research Unit in Complexity and Economics, Lisboa, Portugal

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FIXING THE EUROZONE SETUP: ON VIABLE FORMS OF FISCAL UNION (pp. 289-316)

Luca GANDULLIA, Department of Political Sciences, University of Genova, Italy

Franco PRAUSSELLO, Department of Political Sciences, University of Genova, Italy

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AMONG THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, WHO GAINED AND WHO LOST? (pp. 317-370)

Miroslav N. JOVANOVIC, Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Jelena DAMNJANOVIC, Novi Sad School of Business, Novi Sad, Serbia

Jovan NJEGIC, Novi Sad School of Business, Novi Sad, Serbia

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THE EXCHANGE RATE REGIME SWITCH AND CURRENT ACCOUNT IN GREECE, 1976-2014 (pp. 371-386)

Alexi THOMPSON, Department of Economics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, USA

Henry THOMPSON, Department of Economics, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA

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