|De Menil, Georges / Portes, Richard / Sinn, Hans-Werner (Hrsg.)|
Economic Policy 35
1. Auflage Oktober 2002
2002. 600 Seiten, Softcover
ISBN 978-1-4051-0537-8 - John Wiley & Sons
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Economic Policy is written for all those with an informed interest in economic policy problems. All articles are submitted to rigorous scrutiny by a panel of distinguished economists from around the world, resulting in a volume of authoritative and accessible articles, each followed by the comments of panel members.
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Aus dem Inhalt
1. Editors' Introduction.
2. More power to the European parliament?: Abdul G. Noury and Gerard Roland.
3. Delocation and European integration: is structural spending justified?: Karen Helene Midelfart-Knarvik and Henry G. Overman.
4. Unions and labour market instititutions in Europe: Daniele Checchi and Claudio Lucifora.
5. Can training and employment subsidies combat European unemployment?: Jochen Kluve and Christoph M. Schmidt.
6. Corporate income tax reforms and international tax competition: Michael P. Devereux, Rachel Griffith and Alexander Klemm.
7. A European VAT on financial services?: Harry Huizinga.
8. Analysis of spreads in the dollar/euro and deutchemark/dollar foreign exchange markets: Charles Goodhart, Ryan Love, Richard Payne and Dagfinn Rime.
9. Features of the euro's role in international financial markets: Carsten Detken and Philipp Hartmann.
10. Theoretical perspective on euro liquidity: Richard K. Lyons.