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Ten Years On, Two Crises Later: Evaluating EMU Institutional Reforms Since 2010

Sebastian Dullien ()

International Journal of Political Economy, 2022, vol. 51, issue 1, 5-17

Abstract: The article systematically reviews EMU governance reforms implemented, policy instruments introduced and further institutional reforms currently under discussion with a view of how far they have addressed the institutional shortcomings of the euro-area architecture, which have led to the euro crisis of 2010ff. It further explores how far these reforms have helped to prevent a replay of that crisis when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the euro area. To this end, the article first reviews the academic debate about the causes of the euro crisis that started with the Greek sovereign debt crisis in 2010. In a second step, it evaluates the reforms implemented since the onset of the euro crisis and during the COVID-19 crisis with regard in how far these reforms have addressed or could address the causes of the crisis and gives an outlook on potential forthcoming problems.

Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1080/08911916.2022.2046311

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