Managing the European economy after the introduction of the Euro
Managing the European economy after the introduction of the Euro

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Managing the European economy after the introduction of the Euro

References

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Buti, M., Eijffinger, S. and Franco, D. (2003) ‘Revisiting the Stability and Growth Pact: grand design or internal adjustment?’, CEPR Discussion Papers, 3692, Centre For Economic Policy Research, London.
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European Commission (2000) An Agenda of Economic and Social Renewal of Europe COM DOC/00/7, Europa website, http://europa.eu.int/ growthandjobs/pdf/lisbon_en.pdf (accessed 14 May 2005).
European Commission (2005a) ‘EMU after five years’, European Economy Special Report, no.1, February.
European Union (2004) ‘The EU economy: 2003 review’, European Economy, no.6, 2003, Brussels.
Grahl, J. (2001) ‘'Social Europe” and the governance of labour relations’ in Thompson (ed.) (2001a).
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Sapir, A., Aghion, P., Bertola, G., Hellwih, M., Pisani-Ferry, D., Rozali, J., Vinals, J. and Wallace, H. (2003) An Agenda for a Growing Europe: Making the EU System Deliver, Brussels, Oxford University Press.
Thompson, G. (ed.) (2001a) Governing the European Economy, London, Sage/Milton Keynes, The Open University.
Thompson, G. (2001b) ‘Governing the European economy: a framework for analysis’ in Thompson (ed.) (2001a).
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Further reading
European Commission (2005) ‘EMU after five years’, European Economy Special Report, no.1, February.
Gross, D., Mayer, T. and Ubidge, A. (2005) EMU At Risk, Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels.
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