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[This chapter reviews differentiated integration (DI) as a model seeking to explain the political economy of European integration since the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). Over half of recent EU initiatives have been estimated to exhibit some form of DI. “Two-speed” and “multispeed” Europe...
[This chapter looks at the evolution from the “ever-closer union” to an EU marked by differentiated integration (DI). It looks at a number of models with DI characteristics, particularly at a Breugel Institute model which envisagess a number of discretionary buckets (e.g. Economic and Monetary...
[In the time of risks, strong institutions to handle risk are essential. Risks have important financial repercussions, even when not originating on the financial side, so the institutions managing financial risk are centrally involved across the range of risks. The European Systemic Risk Board...
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