July 19 2012

FEEM Re3: "New Insights from the Recent History of the European Monetary Union"

International treaties and cooperation processes require prospective member countries to achieve given standards in either economic, social or environmental quality. This new article by FEEM researcher Sergio Currarini, expert in the formation of socio-economic networks and coalitions, explores the effect of such standards on domestic political preferences to interpret shifts in political outcomes in the Euro-zone.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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