In response to the EU sovereign debt crisis, the European semester was launched in 2011 as an enhanced framework capable of promoting fiscal stabilisation and convergence among the economic policies of member states. Christos Louvaris Fasois gives a detailed picture of the effects of the European Semester at the national and sub-national levels, while explaining in an analytical manner how exactly actors are incentivised to adopt EU regulations.
C. Louvaris Fasois, The Political Economy of the Social Dimension of Economic and Monetary Union: The Effects of the European Semester on Social and Employment Policies in Belgium.
Prof. J.H. Zeitlin
Prof. M. Ferrera
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