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Challenges in completing EMU: asymmetric competition vs fiscal harmonisation. A case study of the Benelux countries
English
Danescu, Elena mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > >]
Dec-2019
Journal of Contemporary European Research [=JCER]
University Association for Contemporary European Studies
Yes
International
1815-347X
London
United Kingdom
[en] European Integration History ; Single Market ; European Monetary System ; European Governance ; Fiscal Policy ; Crisis ; Tax Regulation ; Competititon ; Benelux countries ; Luxembourg
[en] This paper aims to investigate the concept, context and socio-economic consequences of fiscal competition in the integrated economic space of EMU in completion, to pinpoint the positive and negative factors at work via a case study of the Benelux countries – both founder members of the EU and pioneers of EMU – and to examine the impact on European and international regulations in the field. In particular, it will endeavour to provide a comprehensive interpretation of fiscal policy in the Benelux countries via a comparative approach and from a historical perspective. It will look at the development of respective domestic fiscal policies, driven by national interests and by membership of a Community that is subject to requirements in terms of harmonisation and taxation, but also by constant contact (and frequent clashes) with the multilateral international environment.
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Contemporary European History (EHI)
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/35335

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