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What Kind of Coordination for the Eurozone?
Europa Briefing: Economic Government

 

In the publication series “Europa briefing”, our colleagues from “Repair and Prepare: Strengthen the Euro“, a joint project between the Bertelsmann Stiftung and the Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin, cover key topics of European politics and present possible scenarios. What is the problem? What might happen next? And what can politics do now? Each week, we will present one of these briefings for you on this blog. Alternatively, you can click here to find all the Europa briefings on the website of the project. 

 

 

This Week’s Briefing: Economic Government

 

How are decisions made in the euro area? And how democratic are they? These questions moved to the center of the debate during the euro crisis. Under tremendous time pressure, solutions had to be found for stabilizing the euro. New institutions and rules were created such as the European Stability Mechanism, the Banking Union and the Fiscal Compact. Who makes the decisions in the Eurozone today? Is there a democratic deficit? Does the currency union need better control mechanisms – or are the old ones good enough?

 

Simply click on the download window above to find out the answers to all these questions and more.

 

„The Europa briefing series is published as part of “Repair and Prepare: Strengthen the euro”. For this project, the Bertelsmann Stiftung has joined forces with the Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin to provide a roadmap for a stronger Economic and Monetary Union. You can find all briefings and further publications on the future of the Eurozone on the website of the project www.strengthentheeuro.eu.

 

 

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