Europe and the Maastricht challenge
The Maastricht Treaty provides a set of criteria that must be followed by members to facilitate the formation of the European monetary union by the year 2000. These include standards on long-term interest rate, inflation rate, currency exchange rate and general government budget deficit. Contrary to popular belief, economic indicators in five member countries show that the standards are achievable.
Publication Name: World Economy
Making Europe work - the struggle to cut the workweek
The author discusses possible future alterations in the labor markets of Europe. Topics include European employment policy, unemployment, the effects of globalization on the labor market, wage increases, and alternatives to full employment.
Publication Name: Capital & Class
What's right and wrong with World Bank involvement in Eastern Europe
Research is presented describing the study of financial aid strategies employed by the World Bank while helping Eastern European countries to make the transition from socialist to capitalist economy.
Publication Name: Journal of Comparative Economics
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