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SACHER Martin

Main Referenced Co-authors
Chang, Michele (1)
TKALEC, Igor  (1)
Main Referenced Keywords
Economic Governance (1); European Commission (1); European Union (1); Fiscal Policy Coordination (1); Sanctions (1);
Main Referenced Disciplines
Sociology & social sciences (4)
Political science, public administration & international relations (1)

Publications (total 5)

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Sacher, M. (2022). Avoiding the Inappropriate: The European Commission and Sanctions under EU Fiscal Policy Coordination [Doctoral thesis, Unilu - University of Luxembourg]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/51735doi:10.17645/pag.v9i2.3891 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/51735

The most cited

9 citations (WOS)

Sacher, M. (2019). Macroeconomic Conditionalities: Using the Controversial Link between EU Cohesion Policy and Economic Governance. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 15 (2), 179-193. doi:10.30950/jcer.v15i2.1005 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/40169

Sacher, M. (2022). Avoiding the Inappropriate: The European Commission and Sanctions under EU Fiscal Policy Coordination [Doctoral thesis, Unilu - University of Luxembourg]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/51735doi:10.17645/pag.v9i2.3891

Sacher, M. (27 May 2021). Avoiding the Inappropriate: The European Commission and Sanctions under the Stability and Growth Pact. Politics and Governance, 9 (2), 163-172. doi:10.17645/pag.v9i2.3891
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Chang, M., Sacher, M., & Tkalec, I. (2019). Introduction - Recent Changes in EU Economic Governance: Methodological and Institutional Dynamics. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 15 (2), 134-142. doi:10.30950/jcer.v15i2.1079

Sacher, M. (2019). Macroeconomic Conditionalities: Using the Controversial Link between EU Cohesion Policy and Economic Governance. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 15 (2), 179-193. doi:10.30950/jcer.v15i2.1005
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Sacher, M. (2018). The future of federalism - intergovernmental financial relations in an age of austerity. Regional and Federal Studies, 28 (1), 102-105. doi:10.1080/13597566.2017.1417263

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