THE EUROPEAN UNION- VERSION 2.0 -A FEDERAL EUROPE OR NO EUROPE
Mona Ivănescu ()
Romanian Economic Business Review, 2014, vol. 9, issue 1, 56-62
Nowadays, the EU is still the most ambitious project of the last decades, an economically driven project, with extremely high expectations for the new economic strategy and for the future. How could the EU address the current crisis in a more pragmatic way, but also pave the way for Europe’s future? The EU, in spite of its difficulties, has made Europe a better, more peaceful and more prosperous place. This paper will describe and analyze the EU alternatives for the next years.The author is aware that any scenario may suffer significant and consistent changes, but the reality is that Europe must decide on its future this year.
Keywords: European Union; reforms; federalism; institutions (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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