Liberalism in Crisis?: European Economic Governance in the Age of Turbulence
Carlo Secchi, Antonio Villafranca
Edward Elgar Publishing, May 14, 2014 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
This highly topical book explores the effects of the current economic crisis on the European Union, and, illustrating that there is no single solution, prescribes the most effective ways of managing this unprecedented period of turbulence.
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