Public opinion on immigration: Has the recession changed minds?
Timothy J Hatton, 7 June 2014
How unequal is the European Parliament’s representation?
Anish Tailor, Nicolas Véron, 21 May 2014
This week’s European Parliament election (22–25 May) has several unprecedented features. Most importantly, the main pan-European parties are fielding lead candidates for European Commission President.
Will voters turn out in the 2014 European Parliamentary elections?
Owen McDougall, Ashoka Mody, 17 May 2014
The extent of voter turnout in the 2014 European Parliamentary (EP) election is widely viewed as a critical test for European democracy. Turnout in the EP elections has steadily declined over three decades, from 62% in the first election in 1979 to 43% in the 2009 election (EP Liaison Office undated).
The political endgame for the euro crisis
Charles A.E. Goodhart, Dirk Schoenmaker, 14 December 2011
The euro has a supranational monetary policy framework, while the fiscal side is still national/intergovernmental. We have a central bank president for the Eurozone, but no finance minister. But how could countries possibly cede sovereignty over some aspects of fiscal policy without democratic legitimacy?
The more you vote, the more you count in Europe
Matteo M. Galizzi, Maurizio Lisciandra, 27 June 2009
The European Parliament elections are one of the few occasions for 375 million voters to discuss major issues on the future of Europe and its integration process.
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- Debt, deleveraging, and the liquidity trap: A new modelKrugman
Cadot, de Melo, 16 June 2014
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