The practical hurdles associated with implementing institutional reforms for better EU fiscal policy management, with particular focus on legal and political constraints, were studied by researchers involved in Work Package 4 (both economists and legal scholars).
Below you can find a list of working papers published in the ADEMU Working Paper Series, which have been relevant for the achievement of the objectives of Work Package 4.
||Working Paper Number
|The new Economic component of EMU: A Lawful and Effective Design?
|The Single Supervisory Mechanism: legal fragilities and possible solutions
||C.A. Petit, G.Monti
|Voter Participation with Collusive Parties
|Size, fungibility and the Strength of Lobbying Organizations
|Collusion constrained equilibrium
||R.Dutta, D.K.Levine, S.Modica
|On the limits of EU economic policy coordination
|An Overview of Legal Aspects of Risk-Sharing
|Bank Resolution credibility and economic implications
|EMU and national constitutional conditions to long-term change
|Euro CAC and the existing rules on sovereign debt restructuring in the euro area an appraisal 4 years after the Greek debt swap
|Structural Reforms in EU Member States: Exploring Sanction-based and Reward-based Mechanisms
|Competences and alignment in an emerging future
|The Independence of the ECB: Justification, Limitations and possible Threats
|Calibrating central banks’ mandate: Central banking objectives, tasks, and measures within unitary and federal constitutional settings
||C. A. Petit
|Towards a Meaningful Prudential Supervision Dialogue in the Euro Area? A Study of the Interaction between the European Parliament and the European Central Bank in the Single Supervisory Mechanism
||F. Amtenbrink and M. Markakis
|A European Finance Minister: Form follows function, but is it legal?
|All’s well that ends well? Crisis policy after the German Constitutional Court’s ruling in Gauweiler
|The Commission’s 2017 Reflection Paper on the Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union: a few critical observations
|Controlling the Powers of the ECB: delegation, discretion, reasoning and care – what Gauweiler and Weiss and others can teach us
||H. C.H. Hofmann
|The ‘Haircut’ of Public Creditors under EU Law
|Insurance-type Cooperation Mechanisms under EU law
|Is a separate Eurozone budget a good idea?
|Controlling the Powers of the ECB:
delegation, discretion, reasoning and care
|H. C.H. Hofmann
|Fiscal rules and structural reforms
||R. Sajedi, A. Steinbach
|A Parliamentary assembly for the Eurozone?