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Banking union: No cause for celebration
Abstract: Shortly before Christmas, the EU finance ministers and heads of state and government agreed upon a compromise on the establishment of an EU banking union. In doing so, they managed to meet their self-imposed year-end deadline. Unfortunately, this came at the price of a useless compromise that lacks conceptual consistency.
Topics: European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Supervision and regulation
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Debt brakes for Euroland: A progress report
Abstract: For the EU members that have ratified it, the Fiscal Compact is set to come into force at the beginning of 2013. Among other things, the signatories to the Compact pledge to introduce a debt brake at the national level by 2014. Our progress report shows that numerous euro countries have already implemented debt brakes, five of which have constitutional status. Others, by contrast, still have to provide evidence that they are serious about the institutional anchoring of sound fiscal policy.
Topics: Economic policy; EMU; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!
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European party landscape in transition
Abstract: Since the start of 2011 the financial and sovereign debt crises have forced roughly half the governments in the euro area to accept a premature end to their term of office. So far, the elections in the crisis countries have established the conservative camp as the clear winner at the polls. The established major parties continue to dominate the political system in many countries. Nevertheless, the electoral successes of right-wing populist and newly established left-wing factions may hamper the formation of properly functioning governments in future. If the economic outlook for the young generation does not improve, this trend could continue.
Topics: Economic policy; EMU; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Politics and elections
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EU autumn forecasts: New orientation for European economic policy?
Abstract: The autumn forecast released by the European Commission on November 7 is more than simply a collection of numbers. It will also influence the economic policy agenda in the EU and the eurozone. France remains a source of concern.
Topics: Economic growth; EMU; European integration; European policy issues; Fiscal policy
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Single Market Act II: New stimuli for banking market integration?
Abstract: Birthday celebrations for a European success story: the Single Market is turning 20. Just in time for the anniversary the European Commission has tabled a set of measures to bolster market integration in Europe. As the financial crisis wears on, though, banking and financial market integration shows a reverse trend. What does this mean for the single market, and can the proposals remedy this?
Topics: Banking; Economic policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; International financial system
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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Political paralysis obstructing urgent reforms
Abstract: Last Sunday's local elections which - as expected - mainly reflected the issue of different ethnicities will hardly help solve the government crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The crisis began with the parliamentary elections in autumn 2010 and is hurting the conflict-ridden, multi-ethnic state in the Western Balkans both politically and economically.
Topics: Eastern Europe; Emerging markets; EU enlargement; European integration; IMF / World Bank
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The impact of tax systems on economic growth in Europe: An overview
Abstract: Since the financial crisis, the countries of Europe have been faced with the difficult challenge of consolidating their budgets while at the same time promoting economic growth. One approach is a growth-conducive tax system, which keeps distorting effects of taxation on the growth factors – labour, capital and technological progress – as small as possible. Tax reforms carried out in the EU to date are steps in the right direction. Increasing economic policy coordination in Europe offers the chance to implement further structural reforms.
Topics: Economic growth; Economic policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Macroeconomics; Tax policy
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Government debt: Better at home or abroad?
Abstract: After two decades of international financial integration, foreign investors have decided to pull out of Italy and Spain. In this context two central questions arise: what is the cause of this development and what are its consequences?
Topics: Capital markets; Economic policy; Economic trends; EMU; European integration; European issues; Financial market trends; Fiscal policy; Globalisation; Intern. economic system; International capital markets; International financial system; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Macroeconomics
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Income and wealth taxes in the euro area: An initial overview
Abstract: Higher taxes for those on higher incomes and the wealthy to finance the costs of the crisis and cut budget deficits are being debated in the euro area – including Germany. Several countries have already taken action. If countries decide in favour of the state imposing such taxes, they face a difficult balancing act. Beside the fiscal and distributional targets and hopes, it has to be borne in mind that attention is to be paid to the risks to economic growth, which may result from negative incentive effects, and balance them against the former.
Topics: Economic policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Tax policy
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Looking for partners: The EU’s free trade agreements in perspective
Abstract: Since 2006 the European Union has increasingly been looking to sign deep and comprehensive free trade agreements with emerging markets. In the meantime it has also been turning its attention to some industrialised nations. A trade agreement with South Korea has already come into effect. Although the EU is pinning great hopes on India and a number of ASEAN states, it is also keen to conclude similar agreements with Mercosur, Canada, Ukraine and virtually all of the Southern Mediterranean countries. It is even considering Japan and the United States as potential partners. If the European Union's bilateral free trade strategy were fully implemented by the end of this decade, it would give a moderate boost to trade, welfare, growth and employment in the EU and would often provide a much stronger stimulus in the partner countries concerned. This free trade strategy is also highly ambitious in terms of its diplomatic objectives because issues that have so far received insufficient attention – such as trade in services, technical trade barriers and foreign direct investment – are to be better regulated. Whether the EU – currently the world's largest trading bloc – is ultimately successful with this strategy will in many cases be decided by domestic politics in the partner countries. The fundamental question of whether a deep bilateral strategy should perhaps be complemented by a parallel multilateral approach as a matter of considerable urgency will be especially pertinent in transatlantic relations. However, there is also a risk of tensions within the international system.
Topics: Auto industry; Economic growth; Economic policy; European integration; Globalisation; Intern. economic system; Intern. relations; International financial system; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Macroeconomics; Sectors / commodities; Trade; WTO
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