The Economic Crisis and European Integration

The Economic Crisis and European Integration

Edited by Wim Meeusen

This unique and fascinating book illustrates that the ‘credit crunch’ and the ensuing financial and economic crisis of 2007–2009 did not only strike hard at the economy in the Western world, but also at its policymakers, at economics as a scientific discipline and, more specifically, at the process of European integration itself.

Chapter 3: EMU, Political Union and Economic Performance: Lessons from the Stability and Growth Pact and the Lisbon Strategy

Demosthenes Ioannou and Martin Heipertz

Subjects: economics and finance, international economics


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