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Greek Drama - Behind the Scenes of EU Integration

abstract Economists and politicians alike have had no shortage of advice on how to solve the so-called Euro Crisis. Their consultation stretches between two basic suggestions: a break-up of the EU or its further integration—with hopes that the adoption of either would resolve the current crisis. Yet, even as critics repeatedly call for EU leaders to take more decisive actions, time and again, European officials have made only last minute and seemingly unavoidable decisions. What are EU leaders doing?
   
type journal paper
   
keywords Euro Crisis, Europe, European Union, EU, European Monetary Union, EMU, Public Debt, Insolvency, Politics, Greece
   
language English
kind of paper journal article
date of appearance 1-4-2012
journal Harvard Kennedy School Review
publisher John F. Kennedy School of Government (Cambridge, MA)
ISSN 1535-0215
volume of journal 2012
number of issue 1
page(s) 26-27
review internal review
   
profile area SoM - Responsible Corporate Competitiveness (RoCC)
citation Schimmer, M., & Kunisch, S. (2012). Greek Drama - Behind the Scenes of EU Integration. Harvard Kennedy School Review, 2012(1), 26-27.