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Fragmented power- Europe and the global economy

Andre Sapir ()

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Abstract: The European Union is the world‘s largest economic entity, with half a billion people and a gross domestic product slightly larger than the United States. It is the largest exporter, the largest foreign aid donor, the largest source of foreign investment, and a magnet for migrants. But its decision-making powers are often fragmented and ineffective.To date there has been no comprehensive study of European international economic relations. This book fills...

Date: Written 2007-08 Originally published 2007-08.
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