Category Archives: EMU reforms from a legal and political economy perspective

ADEMU explained: The political economy of policy implementation, video with David Levine


June 30, 2018

David Leviine explains the political economy of policy implementation and rent-seeking in the banking sector in this short video. Continue reading

POLICY BRIEF: The political economy of policy implementation


June 18, 2018

Objectives

  • To examine how modern monetary systems create opportunities for rent-seeking in the public and private sectors
  • Creating a policy framework to address the main issues, with a focus on the rentseeking and banking sectors

By David K. Levine and Andrea Mattozzi, European University Institute

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ADEMU explained: The European Stability Mechanism – the path to reform, video with Giorgio Monti


Giorgio Monti describes a potential path to reform of the European Stability Mechanism in this short video.  Continue reading

POLICY BRIEF: The European Stability Mechanism and the path to reform


Objectives

  • To evaluate the current functioning and design of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)
  • To provide a critical assessment of the proposals for reform

By Giorgio Monti, European University Institute

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