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Designing the new European Union

Author: Helge Berger; Thomas Moutos; CESifo.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2007.
Series: Contributions to economic analysis, 279.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helge Berger; Thomas Moutos; CESifo.
ISBN: 0444529683 9780444529688
OCLC Number: 71189911
Notes: "This volume is based on papers delivered at the second CESifo-Delphi conferences (Munich, November 2003, and Delphi, June 2004)"--Pref.
Description: xvi, 291 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 Designing Europe --
A Survey of Tasks Ahead / Helge Berger, Thomas Moutos 3 --
2 Europe's institutions: the constitution 5 --
3 Europe's institutions: other aspects of EU organization 8 --
4 Fiscal and financial policies 16 --
5 One money, one economy? 20 --
Part II Europe's Institutions 31 --
Chapter 2 In Praise of the European Constitution: A Political Economics Perspective / Gerard Roland 33 --
2 A primer on the constitutional treaty 35 --
3 Evaluating the constitution 40 --
3.1 A cleaned up intergovernmental institution or a parliamentary confederation? 40 --
3.2 Which public goods will the EU deliver with the Constitution? 47 --
Comment: Lambros Pechlivanos 53 --
Chapter 3 Institutional Aspects of EU Organization: An Economic Analysis / Massimo Bordignon 57 --
2 On enhanced cooperation 59 --
2.1 The problem 59 --
2.2 What are ECAs? 61 --
2.3 ECAs: the debate 63 --
2.4 The analysis 65 --
2.5 Policy implications 72 --
3 The allocation of powers inside the EU and the "open coordination method" 75 --
3.1 The problem 75 --
3.2 The analysis 77 --
3.3 Results 78 --
3.4 Policy implications for the EU 80 --
Comment: Stefan Voigt 85 --
Chapter 4 Welfare Policy Integration Inconsistencies / Giuseppe Bertola 91 --
2 Welfare policy in an integrating world 92 --
2.1 Choices and changes 93 --
3 Economic policy in the EU 96 --
4 Social policy and the EU 100 --
4.1 Principles and policies 101 --
4.2 Incoherence 104 --
5 Enlargement, delays, and reforms 105 --
5.1 Integration, delayed? 107 --
5.2 Redesigning and modernizing welfare delivery 110 --
6 Summary and prospects 114 --
Comment: Laszlo Goerke 121 --
Chapter 5 The EU Budget: How Much Scope for Institutional Reform? / Henrik Enderlein, Johannes Lindner, Oscar Calvo-Gonzales, Raymond Ritter 129 --
2 Some theoretical considerations 131 --
2.1 The EU's institutional framework between supranational and intergovernmental decision modes 131 --
2.2 Budgetary procedures --
a balance between efficiency and legitimacy 134 --
2.3 The EU budgetary procedure under the constraint of limited political integration 135 --
3 Reforming the EU budgetary procedure: an assessment 137 --
3.1 Proposals for reform at the general level 140 --
3.2 Proposals for reform at the level of multi-annual planning 143 --
3.3 Proposals for reform at the level of the annual procedure 148 --
4 The state of play following the intergovernmental conference 153 --
Comment: Margarita Katsimi 161 --
Part III Fiscal and Financial Policies 165 --
Chapter 6 From the Stability and Growth Pact to a Sustainability Council for EMU / Jurgen von Hagen 167 --
1 Introduction: Europe's fiscal framework under stress 167 --
2 Fiscal discipline in the EMU 168 --
2.1 The Excessive deficit procedure and the stability and growth pact 170 --
2.2 Proposals for SGP reform 172 --
3 Fiscal performance under the EDP and the SGP 173 --
3.1 Experiences in the 1990s 173 --
3.2 Fiscal policy stance 1998-2003 175 --
3.3 Patterns of fiscal adjustment in the EMU 177 --
4 A sustainability council for the EMU 182 --
4.1 Mandate 183 --
4.2 Method of operation 184 --
4.3 Enforcement 185 --
4.4 Independence, accountability, and transparency 186 --
4.5 Appointments, composition, and resources 187 --
Appendix Calculation of fiscal stance 189 --
Comment: Wolfgang Eggert 191 --
Chapter 7 Super Vision of the European Banking Market / Martin Schuler 195 --
2 The rationale for integration of banking supervision in Europe 197 --
3 Banking supervision in the EU 201 --
3.1 The national arrangements 201 --
3.2 The internationalization of banking supervision 202 --
3.3 Proposed reform of the supervisory arrangements in the EU 205 --
4 Evaluation of the supervisory arrangements 209 --
5 Open issues in crisis management 210 --
5.1 Lender of last resort and central bank involvement 210 --
5.2 The European situation --
do we need a European LOLR? 212 --
5.3 A European observatory of systemic risk 214 --
Comment: Tuomas Takalo 223 --
Part IV One Money, One Economy? 229 --
Chapter 8 Reasons and Implications of Inflation Differentials Within the European Monetary Union / Ignazio Angeloni, Michael Ehrmann 231 --
2 Stylised evidence and interpretations 233 --
3 A model of inflation differentials in EMU 241 --
4 The role of inflation persistence 244 --
5 Effect of changes in the monetary policy rule 245 --
Comment: Andrew Hughes Hallett 255 --
Chapter 9 Black Tie Required? How to Enter a Currency Union? / Volker Nitsch 263 --
2 Implementing a monetary union: two case studies 264 --
2.1 Greece 264 --
2.2 Ecuador 265 --
3 Background and literature 266 --
4 Data 267 --
5 Empirical results 269 --
6 Robustness 280 --
Comment: Sarantis Kalyvitis 285.
Series Title: Contributions to economic analysis, 279.
Responsibility: edited by Helge Berger, Thomas Moutos.
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