28 Mar 2011

Economic policies in the EU at a turning point

Stefano Micossi

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In a new EuropEos Commentary, Stefano Micossi conducts a post mortem on the comprehensive economic policy package agreed at the March 24-25th European Council and finds that the new measures effectively complete the economic arm of economic and monetary union and promise an end to stagnation and dismal employment performance throughout the EU.
Stefano Micossi is Director General of Assonime, the Association of Joint Stock Companies incorporated in Italy; Professor of Economics at the College of Europe, Bruges and member of the CEPS Board of Directors.

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