For a genuine EMU. Lessons from the international experience
The Eurozone is currently facing a crisis that leads it to look for a systemic solution. It is therefore useful to draw lessons from international experiences and to assess the new instruments introduced in the EMU to respond to the Eurozone crisis.
This Policy Paper by Maria João Rodrigues draws lessons from international experiences of monetary, fiscal and political unions and identifies the elements that would enable to deepen the EMU. It then assesses the new instruments which were introduced so far in the EMU to respond to the Eurozone crisis.
Finally, it analyses the various political processing that could be used to deepen the EMU and to associate all Member States willing to participate in this new stage of European integration, even if the do not belong the Eurozone.