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The Resource A Second Chance for Europe : Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union

A Second Chance for Europe : Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union

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A Second Chance for Europe : Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union
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A Second Chance for Europe
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Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union
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A Second Chance for Europe : Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union
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A Second Chance for Europe : Economic, Political and Legal Perspectives of the European Union
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  • Preface -- Contents -- European Citizens at Risk -- 1 European Citizens at Risk -- 2 A Future with Less Growth -- 3 Europe of the (Border) Regions -- 4 A Vibrant Europe Is Possible -- 5 The Five Presidents Are Stuck -- 6 Challenge and Response: A Guide Through the Book -- References -- Halting Support for the EU -- 1 The Centrifugal Force of Increasing Euroscepticism -- 2 Euroscepticism Documented -- 3 The Losers of Globalisation -- 4 Explaining Euroscepticism -- 4.1 Theories -- 4.2 Before and After the Crisis -- 5 General Trends in Income Inequality and Financial Uncertainty -- 6 Euroscepticism and Financial Uncertainty -- 7 Referendums on the EU -- 8 Conclusions -- References -- A Vibrant European Model -- 1 The Need for a Vibrant Scenario -- 2 Europés Unbalanced Economic Performance -- 2.1 Labour Demand and Supply -- 2.2 Innovation -- 2.3 Wage Inequality, Income Inequality and Social Cohesion -- 2.4 Employment Protection, Minimum Wages and the Quality of Work -- 2.5 Greening -- 2.6 Happiness and the Labour Market -- 3 Europe 2017-2030: Muddling Through or a Vibrant Alternative -- 3.1 Innovation -- 3.2 Inequality -- 3.3 Mobility Policy -- 3.4 Jump-Starting Youth Employment -- 3.5 Vibrant Immigration (Treated in More Detail in Chapter À̀ Sustainable Immigration Policy for the EÚ)́ -- 3.6 Sustainability -- 3.7 Happiness -- 4 Trade -- 5 Summary and Conclusions -- References -- In Europe We Trust -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Good Governance for Values, Growth and Happiness -- 1.2 The EU and Governance -- 2 Slipping Governance in the EU -- 3 Understanding the Rise and Fall of Governance -- 4 Governance and Trust in Institutions -- 5 What Can the EU Do? -- 6 Conclusions -- Appendix: How to Control Corruption (from: EU, European Commission First Anti-Corruption Report, 2009) -- References -- EU Mobility -- 1 Introduction
  • 2 EU Mobility in the Past Decades -- 2.1 Workers -- 2.2 Students -- 3 The Success Story of EU Mobility -- 3.1 Successes -- 3.2 Remaining Issues -- 4 Trends in EU Mobility to 2030 -- 5 Post-Brexit Mobility -- 6 Completing EU Mobility Policy -- 7 Conclusion -- References -- A Sustainable Immigration Policy for the EU -- 1 Introduction: The Need for an EU Policy -- 2 The Past Decades of Immigration -- 3 Why Migrate? -- 3.1 Family Reunification and Work -- 3.2 Asylum and Refugees -- 3.3 Study in the EU -- 4 Mixed Success with Integration of Extra-EU Immigration -- 4.1 Integration on the Labour Market -- 4.2 School Careers of Youth with a Migrant Background -- 4.3 Mismatch in Values -- 4.4 Language Integration -- 5 The Expected Demand for Immigration into the EU to 2050 -- 6 A Sustainable EU Immigration Policy -- 6.1 R̀̀egulaŕ ́Immigration -- 6.2 Asylum and Refugees -- References -- A Sustainable Eurozone with Exit Options -- 1 The Euro as a Decisive Step -- 2 Eu(ro)phoria 2000-2008 -- 2.1 Bliss and Divergence -- 2.2 Private Banks Pre-Crisis -- 2.3 Conclusion -- 3 The Euro and the Financial Crisis 2008-2014 -- 3.1 The Tale of Two Shocks -- 3.2 Banks in the Crisis -- 3.3 Conclusions -- 4 Makeshift Repair -- 4.1 Never Waste a Good Crisis? -- 4.2 Banking: Response and Repair -- 5 A sustainable Future 2017-2030 -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Secular Growth? -- 5.3 Vision Five Presidents Report -- 5.4 The Banking Union Moving Forward -- 5.4.1 Supervision, Resolution and Deposit Insurance -- 5.4.2 Finance Beyond the Banking Union -- 5.4.3 The ECB -- 5.5 Dealing with the Debt Overhang -- 5.6 An Euro New Deal with Exit as an Option -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- European Identity and the Learning Union -- 1 Belonging and Learning: Intro -- 2 Identity and Citizenship -- 3 Language: A Common European Language as a Compulsory Second Language in All EU Countries
  • 4 Intra-European Student Mobility and Higher Education -- 5 A Case for European Strength in Basic Education -- 6 (Territorial) Room for Belonging -- References -- Forward to a Second Chance for Europe -- 1 The EU Is Vulnerable -- 2 Vulnerabilities and How They Might Be Addressed: More Cooperation with Less Moral Hazard -- 2.1 Vulnerability 1: L̀̀osers of Globalisatioń ́Raise Their Voice Against Eu Membership -- 2.2 Second Chance: È̀uropean Style Globalisatioń ́-- 2.3 Vulnerability 2: Divergence in the Quality of G̀̀overnancé ́-- 2.4 Second Chance: Strengthen European Level Law Enforcement -- 2.5 Vulnerability 3: Incomplete EU Mobility -- 2.6 Second Chance: Complete EU Mobility Policies -- 2.7 Vulnerability 4: Immigration with Limited Integration -- 2.8 Second Chance: Strengthen Integration and Make Immigration Selective by a Point System -- 2.9 Vulnerability 5: Eurozone with Debt Overhang -- 2.10 Second Chance: An Euro New Deal with Exit Options -- 2.11 Vulnerability 6: Language Babylon and Education Deficit -- 2.12 Second Chance: The Learning Union -- 3 Forward -- 3.1 Crumble or Reform -- 3.2 The Process -- References
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