Income convergence during the crisis- did EU funds provide a buffer?
Silvia Merler ()
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Economic convergence is at the heart of European Union integration. The importance of this objective has not diminished over time, and it is especially relevant in light of the economic crisis that has exacted a heavy toll on EU countries and created scepticism about the merits of EU policies. The author looks at how economic convergence evolved in different regions during the crisis and assess the role played by those...
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