European Economic Governance and Policies: Volume II: Commentary on Key Policy Documents

Hardcover | January 9, 2011

EditorKenneth Dyson, Lucia Quaglia

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The creation of the single European currency and of the European Central Bank in the context of a wider economic and political union has been one of the most important projects of institution-building and policy development in post-1945 Europe. This book seeks both to place this project in itslonger-term historical context and to complement the many secondary texts on this highly topical subject. It brings together for the first time, and offers analytical commentary on, the classic documents relevant to the process of constructing and developing European economic governance based onEconomic and Monetary Union (EMU). The book includes the key documents concerned with developing and implementing policies from the period of inception and launch of European monetary union on 1 January 1999 to the end of its first decade and the onset of the global financial and economic crisis. The book makes available a large collection of documents about the policies and governance of the European economy, based around the creation of EMU. They are presented in a convenient and accessible form both for scholars and students and for market and policy practitioners concerned with thedevelopment of Europe's political economy. Those who are new to the subject should benefit from easy access to basic texts and related commentaries and references. Those who are more familiar with EMU will have a single key source of comprehensive and up-to-date references in terms of which past andcurrent debates and policies have been framed. The primary sources that are made available here would otherwise be costly to access and use. In many cases documents have been rescued from obscurity. Their availability should help to inform and enrich public debate about the historical development ofEMU and how the European economy is governed. In addition, the book offers extensive commentaries at the beginning of each section as well as on individual documents that seek to clarify changes in meanings and understandings over time and the background to these changes.

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The creation of the single European currency and of the European Central Bank in the context of a wider economic and political union has been one of the most important projects of institution-building and policy development in post-1945 Europe. This book seeks both to place this project in itslonger-term historical context and to compl...

Kenneth Dyson is Research Professor in the School of European Studies, Cardiff University. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and Academician of the Learned Societies of the Social Sciences. He has written numerous books and complied various edited volumes on the history and politics of Econ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:800 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.98 inPublished:January 9, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780199594528

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Notes on AuthorsList of AbbreviationsIntroduction: Putting the Cart before the Horse?1. Financial Stability and Macro-Prudential Supervision: Dealing with Systemic Risk2. Monetary Policy Strategy and Operations: Delivering Price Stability3. Payment and Settlement Systems: Creating Financial Infrastructure4. Exchange-Rate Policy: Practising Benign Neglect5. Enlargement: Providing Shelter, Enforcing Convergence6. External Representation: Finding a Clear Voice7. Fiscal Policy Coordination: Pursuing Discipline8. Economic Policy Coordination: Seeking to Strengthen Mutual SurveillanceConclusion: European Macro-Economic Governance: Coherence, Constructive Ambiguity, and 'Reform by Stealth'List of DocumentsIndex