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The eurozone enlargement : prospect of new EU member states for euro adoption, editor, Yoji Koyama (Sunliyosh, Nagaoka, Japan)

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The eurozone enlargement : prospect of new EU member states for euro adoption
Title
The eurozone enlargement
Title remainder
prospect of new EU member states for euro adoption
Statement of responsibility
editor, Yoji Koyama (Sunliyosh, Nagaoka, Japan)
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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Eurozone enlargement (Nova Science Publishers)
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332.4/94
Index
index present
LC call number
HC241
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Koyama, Yōji
Series statement
European political, economic, and security issues
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  • European Union
  • Eurozone
  • Monetary unions
  • Europe
  • European Union countries
  • European Union
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Economic policy
  • Eurozone
  • International economic integration
  • Membership requirements
  • Monetary unions
  • Europe
  • European Union countries
Label
The eurozone enlargement : prospect of new EU member states for euro adoption, editor, Yoji Koyama (Sunliyosh, Nagaoka, Japan)
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Publication
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Includes index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE EUROZONE ENLARGEMENT PROSPECT OF NEW EU MEMBER STATES FOR EURO ADOPTION ; THE EUROZONE ENLARGEMENT PROSPECT OF NEW EU MEMBER STATES FOR EURO ADOPTION ; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; Chapter 1 CURRENT FINANCIAL SITUATIONS AND EMU EVOLUTION ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. EUROPEAN MONETARY INTEGRATION AND CONVERGENCE CRITERIA ; 3. FINANCIAL INTEGRATION: CEECS AND THE GLOBAL CRISIS SINCE 2008 AND BACKGROUND; 3.1. Overview ; 3.2. Development of CEECs' Banking Sector ; 3.2.1. Transition to a Market Economy and Development of the Banking Sector
  • 3.2.2. Banking Structure in CEECs 3.2.3. Credit Demand and Rapid Credit Expansion in CEECs ; 3.3. The Outbreak of Crisis and Its Repercussions ; 3.4. The Repercussions of the Crisis on Western Europe; 3.5. Policy Responses to the Crisis ; 3.6. Reinforcement of Intra EU Supervisory and Cooperation System ; 3.6.1. Reinforcement of Financial Supervision ; 3.6.2. Vienna Initiative ; 4. EURO ADOPTION ; 4.1. Costs and Benefits of Euro Adoption ; 4.2. Obstacles to Joining the Eurozone ; 4.2.1. Legislative Convergence of Central Bank Independence
  • 4.2.2. Monetary Policy for Convergence Criteria and Turmoil Regarding Central Bank Independence 4.2.3. Timetable for Euro Adoption and Abandonment ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 2 FROM DINAR TO TOLAR AND FROM TOLAR TO EURO: THE SLOVENIAN EXPERIENCE ; 1. INTRODUCTION -- EURO AND OPTIMAL CURRENCY AREA ; 2. CREATION OF THE COUNTRY AND THE CURRENCY ; 3. THE PROBLEMS OF A SMALL CURRENCY AREA ; 4. BACK TO EUROPE ; 5. THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF THE ACCESSION ; 6. THE CRISIS IN THE BANKING SECTOR ; EXPERIMENTS AND OBEDIENCE? ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 3 SLOVAKIA: ADOPTION OF THE EURO AND AFTER
  • 1. INTRODUCTION 2. BIRTH OF A NATIONAL CURRENCY ; 3. THE MECIAR REGIME UNTIL 1998 ; 4. DZURINDA AND EU ACCESSION ; 5. BANKING SECTOR REFORMS ; 6. COSTS, BENEFITS, AND DISADVANTAGES OF EURO ADOPTION: THE SLOVAK NATIONAL BANK'S PERSPECTIVE ; 7. SLOVAK PROCESS FOR ADOPTING THE EURO ; 8. CHANGES IN POLITICAL SITUATIONS AND ECONOMIC POLICIES BEFORE AND AFTER EURO ADOPTION ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 SOME LESSONS FROM THE SUCCESSFUL EURO ADOPTION BY THE TWO CEE STATES ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. NEW COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF THE EURO ADOPTION AFTER THE EURO ZONE CRISIS
  • 3. LATVIA: CALAMITIES AND SUCCESS 4. SLOVAKIA: LATECOMER'S TRAUMA AND ADVANTAGE ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 5 THE INSTITUTIONAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE PROSPECTIVE EURO ADOPTION IN POLAND ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. REFERENCE FRAMEWORK ; 3. NOMINAL CONVERGENCE ; 4. REAL CONVERGENCE ; 5. INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT ; 5.1. Progress in Structural Reforms ; 5.2. Varieties of Capitalism and the Quality of Selected Institutions ; 5.3. Product and Labour Markets ; 5.4. Economic Freedom and Perceived Corruption ; 5.5. Financial Intermediation ; 5.6. Science and Technology ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES
  • Chapter 6 CZECH REPUBLIC -- THE PRESENT SITUATION OF A PROSPECTIVE EUROZONE MEMBER: CURRENT CHALLENGES DURING TIME OF CREATIVE DESTRUCTION (A COMPARISON WITH SLOVAKIA AS A EUROZONE MEMBER)
Control code
936257047
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634843966
Lccn
2016004527
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)936257047
Label
The eurozone enlargement : prospect of new EU member states for euro adoption, editor, Yoji Koyama (Sunliyosh, Nagaoka, Japan)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE EUROZONE ENLARGEMENT PROSPECT OF NEW EU MEMBER STATES FOR EURO ADOPTION ; THE EUROZONE ENLARGEMENT PROSPECT OF NEW EU MEMBER STATES FOR EURO ADOPTION ; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; Chapter 1 CURRENT FINANCIAL SITUATIONS AND EMU EVOLUTION ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. EUROPEAN MONETARY INTEGRATION AND CONVERGENCE CRITERIA ; 3. FINANCIAL INTEGRATION: CEECS AND THE GLOBAL CRISIS SINCE 2008 AND BACKGROUND; 3.1. Overview ; 3.2. Development of CEECs' Banking Sector ; 3.2.1. Transition to a Market Economy and Development of the Banking Sector
  • 3.2.2. Banking Structure in CEECs 3.2.3. Credit Demand and Rapid Credit Expansion in CEECs ; 3.3. The Outbreak of Crisis and Its Repercussions ; 3.4. The Repercussions of the Crisis on Western Europe; 3.5. Policy Responses to the Crisis ; 3.6. Reinforcement of Intra EU Supervisory and Cooperation System ; 3.6.1. Reinforcement of Financial Supervision ; 3.6.2. Vienna Initiative ; 4. EURO ADOPTION ; 4.1. Costs and Benefits of Euro Adoption ; 4.2. Obstacles to Joining the Eurozone ; 4.2.1. Legislative Convergence of Central Bank Independence
  • 4.2.2. Monetary Policy for Convergence Criteria and Turmoil Regarding Central Bank Independence 4.2.3. Timetable for Euro Adoption and Abandonment ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 2 FROM DINAR TO TOLAR AND FROM TOLAR TO EURO: THE SLOVENIAN EXPERIENCE ; 1. INTRODUCTION -- EURO AND OPTIMAL CURRENCY AREA ; 2. CREATION OF THE COUNTRY AND THE CURRENCY ; 3. THE PROBLEMS OF A SMALL CURRENCY AREA ; 4. BACK TO EUROPE ; 5. THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF THE ACCESSION ; 6. THE CRISIS IN THE BANKING SECTOR ; EXPERIMENTS AND OBEDIENCE? ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 3 SLOVAKIA: ADOPTION OF THE EURO AND AFTER
  • 1. INTRODUCTION 2. BIRTH OF A NATIONAL CURRENCY ; 3. THE MECIAR REGIME UNTIL 1998 ; 4. DZURINDA AND EU ACCESSION ; 5. BANKING SECTOR REFORMS ; 6. COSTS, BENEFITS, AND DISADVANTAGES OF EURO ADOPTION: THE SLOVAK NATIONAL BANK'S PERSPECTIVE ; 7. SLOVAK PROCESS FOR ADOPTING THE EURO ; 8. CHANGES IN POLITICAL SITUATIONS AND ECONOMIC POLICIES BEFORE AND AFTER EURO ADOPTION ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 SOME LESSONS FROM THE SUCCESSFUL EURO ADOPTION BY THE TWO CEE STATES ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. NEW COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF THE EURO ADOPTION AFTER THE EURO ZONE CRISIS
  • 3. LATVIA: CALAMITIES AND SUCCESS 4. SLOVAKIA: LATECOMER'S TRAUMA AND ADVANTAGE ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 5 THE INSTITUTIONAL UNDERPINNINGS OF THE PROSPECTIVE EURO ADOPTION IN POLAND ; 1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. REFERENCE FRAMEWORK ; 3. NOMINAL CONVERGENCE ; 4. REAL CONVERGENCE ; 5. INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT ; 5.1. Progress in Structural Reforms ; 5.2. Varieties of Capitalism and the Quality of Selected Institutions ; 5.3. Product and Labour Markets ; 5.4. Economic Freedom and Perceived Corruption ; 5.5. Financial Intermediation ; 5.6. Science and Technology ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES
  • Chapter 6 CZECH REPUBLIC -- THE PRESENT SITUATION OF A PROSPECTIVE EUROZONE MEMBER: CURRENT CHALLENGES DURING TIME OF CREATIVE DESTRUCTION (A COMPARISON WITH SLOVAKIA AS A EUROZONE MEMBER)
Control code
936257047
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634843966
Lccn
2016004527
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)936257047

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