The Economics of Europe

The Economics of Europe : From Common Market to European Union

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The EU has changed beyond recognition since the "six" signed the Treaty of Rome in 1957. It is now a major driving force in the economic and social policy of all member states, With economic and monetary union becoming a reality, Europe is set to maintain that rapid pace of change. Newly revised to take in the changes brought about by the EMU, this text provides an in-depth study of the economic principles underlying the decision to extend the scope of the European Community. There is an updated survey of the decision-making institutions, including the fisheries and factor movements, foreign policy and defence, social regional and industrial policy, energy and the environment - are given equally comprehensive treatment.show more

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 122 x 196 x 22mm | 340.2g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 9th Revised edition
  • 0140290397
  • 9780140290394

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The evolution of the European Union; the Union decision-making institutions; the Community budget and borrowing powers; tariff barriers in the Customs Union; factor movements and the Common Market; economic and Monetary Union; agriculture, fisheries and transport; regional and social policy; industry, energy, the consumer and the environment; global trading relationships; challenges facing the European Union. Appendix: Treaty Article Equivalences (Article 11 of Treaty of Amsterdam).show more

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