The Euro Blame Game and its Implications for Policy and Financial Markets
American Consortium on European Union Studies (ACES) EU Center of Excellence Washington, D.C. Available at: Archive of European Integration (AEI), University of Pittsburgh: (2012) , ACES Cases No. 2012.2.
Abstract: The recent financial crisis in some of the eurozone member countries has received a great deal of attention by investors, policy makers and commentators alike. Often these events are interpreted as a failure of the euro and the sustainability of the eurozone is called into question. This paper shows that this analysis and its emphasis are flawed. Fiscal imbalances and financial market imperfections are at the core of the problem, and they need to be addressed directly to prevent future crises.
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