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Enlarging the Euro area : external empowerment and domestic transformation in East Central Europe / edited by Kenneth Dyson.

Other author/creatorDyson, Kenneth H. F.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoOxford ; New York : Oxford University Press,
Descriptionxix, 376 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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Contents Euro entry as defining and negotiating fit : conditionality, contagion, and domestic politics / Kenneth Dyson. Pt. 1. European and global contexts. EMU and the new member states : strategic choices in the context of global norms / Jim Rollo -- Real convergence and EMU enlargement : the time dimension of fit with the Euro Area / Iain Begg -- Economic adjustment and the euro in new member states : the structural dimension of fit / Erik Jones -- Optimal economic governance in an enlarged European Union : scenarios and options / Ingo Linsenmann and Wolfgang Wessels -- Pt. II. Domestic political and policy contexts. The Baltic States : using pacesetting on EMU accession to consolidate domestic stability culture / Magnus Feldmann -- From laggard to pacesetter : Bulgaria's road to EMU / Vesselin Dimitrov -- From pacesetter to laggard : the political economy of negotiating fit in the Czech Republic / Frank Bönker -- The first shall be the last? Hungarys road to EMU / Béla Greskovits -- Poland : unbalanced domestic leadership in negotiating fit / Radoslaw Zubek --.Persistent laggard : Romania as Eastern Europe's Sisyphus / Dimitris Papadimitriou. Pt. III. Patterns of sectoral governance. Financial market governance : evolution and convergence / Piroska Mohácsi Nagy -- EMU and fiscal policy / Vesselin Dimitrov -- EMU and welfare state adjustment in Central and Eastern Europe / Martin Rhodes and Maarten Keune -- Domestic transformation, strategic options and 'soft' power in Euro Area accession / Kenneth Dyson.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. 328-351) and index.
Access restrictionAvailable only to authorized users.
Technical detailsMode of access: World Wide Web
Genre/formElectronic books.
LCCN 2006027572
ISBN0199277672 (alk. paper)
ISBN9780199277674 (alk. paper)

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