Does EU Membership Facilitate Convergence? The Experience of the EU's Eastern Enlargement - Volume II: Channels of Interaction

Does EU Membership Facilitate Convergence? The Experience of the EU's Eastern Enlargement - Volume II

Channels of Interaction
 
Edition number: 1st ed. 2021
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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ISBN13:9783030577018
ISBN10:3030577015
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:337 pages
Size:210x148 mm
Weight:611 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 81 Illustrations, black & white; 21 Illustrations, color
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This edited volume analyses the channels through which EU membership contributed to the convergence process of member countries in the Baltics, Central-Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. These channels include trade, investment, finance, labour, and laws and institutions. Global integration has certainly played an important role. A large part of FDI flows and financial integration in the world have been persistent features of globalization. Have these countries experienced more intensive integration through these channels because of EU membership, with its much tighter institutional and political anchorage, than their fundamentals and global trends would suggest? Contributions by lead researchers of the area address different aspects of this question. .


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This edited volume analyses the channels through which EU membership contributed to the convergence process of member countries in the Baltics, Central-Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. These channels include trade, investment, finance, labour, and laws and institutions. Global integration has certainly played an important role. A large part of FDI flows and financial integration in the world have been persistent features of globalization. Have these countries experienced more intensive integration through these channels because of EU membership, with its much tighter institutional and political anchorage, than their fundamentals and global trends would suggest? Contributions by lead researchers of the area address different aspects of this question. .

Table of Contents:
 1.Introduction.- 2.The economic impact of Single Market membership on the EU enlargement countries.- 3. FDI as force of convergence in the CESEE countries.- 4.The impact of EU cohesion funds on macroeconomic development in the Visegrad countries after the 2008-2009 financial crisis.- 5. The impact of the EU Cohesion policy spending: a model-based assessment.- 6. Models of banking sectors integration: The Experience of the Baltics and Central Eastern Europe.- 7.15 years from the Eastern Enlargement: Financial integration and economic convergence in Europe.- 8. Labour Markets, Demography, Migration and Skills.- 9. Corruption, Institutions and Convergence.- 10. Climate change and EU membership: The journey of Central and Eastern Europe towards a carbon-free world.- 11. The impact of the EU on national fiscal governance systems.- 12. Towards sustainable and adequate pension systems: old-age pension reforms after economic transition and EU accession in Central-Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.