Since the global financial crisis, efforts by the European Union to undergird the region’s financial infrastructure have borne fruit, with economic recovery likely to persist through the 2018–2022 time horizon. But, according to this informative analysis from the Economist Intelligence Unit, calls for further euro-zone fiscal union will not reduce the actual risks threatening the single-currency area. getAbstract recommends this erudite and relevant report to policy experts and economists.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the euro-zone economy is improving,
- How structural reforms have provided policy makers with tools to manage future financial crises and
- What risks remain to the euro area as an economic bloc.
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