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See detailWhat Blanchard gets wrong: The puzzling persistence of managerialism in EU fiscal governance
Dani, Marco; Guarascio, Dario; Mendes, Joana UL et al

Diverse speeches and writings (2021)

The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted renewed debate over the architecture of Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union. In a recent blog post, "What Blanchard gets wrong: The puzzling persistence of ... [more ▼]

The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted renewed debate over the architecture of Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union. In a recent blog post, "What Blanchard gets wrong: The puzzling persistence of managerialism in EU fiscal governance", Marco Dani, Dario Guarascio, Joana Mendes, Agustin José Menéndez, Harm Schepel and Mike Wilkinson respond to a recent proposal to overhaul the EU’s current fiscal framework. They argue that while the EU’s fiscal rules should undoubtedly be reformed, a more radical solution is required that puts democratic politics at the heart of the EU’s fiscal governance. [less ▲]

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See detail‘It’s the political economy..!’ A moment of truth for the eurozone and the EU
Dani, Marco; Chiti, Edoardo; Mendes, Joana UL et al

in International Journal of Constitutional Law (2021), 19(1), 309327

The article discusses the Weiss dispute from a political economy perspective. It first sets this litigation in its wider context, namely the protracted transformation of the Economic and Monetary Union ... [more ▼]

The article discusses the Weiss dispute from a political economy perspective. It first sets this litigation in its wider context, namely the protracted transformation of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) over the last decade, a decade which has revealed the structural flaws in its design. It then briefly sketches the changing role of central banking, from a fixation on fighting inflation to a more recent focus on combating deflation. This helps to explain the problematic character of the Weiss rulings and the commentaries they have provoked, illustrating a general failure to consider the limits of law, the result of clinging to different parts of the EMU wreckage, on the assumption that the current constitutional framework remains viable. Finally, the article emphasizes the transformative potential of the Weiss saga. The judicial conflict lays bare the unsustainability of the present arrangements, and reveals the necessity of a choice between genuinely federal integration and coordinated dismantling of EMU. [less ▲]

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See detailBeneath the spurious legality of the ECB’s monetary policy
Dani, Marco; Chiti, Edoardo; Mendes, Joana UL et al

Diverse speeches and writings (2021)

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See detailAt the End of the Law: A Moment of Truth for the Eurozone and the EU
Dani, Marco; Mendes, Joana UL; Ménendez, Agustín et al

Diverse speeches and writings (2020)

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