Silvana Tarlea, (2019), “Have Austria, Germany and the Netherlands impeded Eurozone reforms?”, LSE EUROPP, 1 Ιουλίου
The latest efforts to deepen Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union have produced limited results, with Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker recently highlighting the role of Austria, Germany and the Netherlands in opposing reforms. Drawing on a new study, Silvana Tarlea illustrates the dynamics that underpin negotiations over Eurozone reforms. She explains that financial sector exposure has informed member state preferences for further European integration: the more exposed their financial sector was, the more likely countries were to support reform solutions leading to more European integration.
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