|Author (Person)||Brender, Anton|
|Publisher||Centre for European Policy Studies [CEPS]|
|Series Title||CEPS Commentary|
|Series Details||2 June 2015|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
In this CEPS Commentary, economists Anton Brender, Florence Pisani and Daniel Gros challenge the foundation on which the European Commission launched a key debate earlier this year on the development of the EU’s financial system, with publication of its Green Paper "Building a Capital Markets Union". While acknowledging that a single capital market could be useful in the European Union, they argue that it is extremely dangerous to conduct one and the same monetary policy in an area with broadly varying financial practices and structures – as the first 15 years of the euro area's history have vividly shown. They conclude that financial integration of the countries in EMU must receive top priority in a process that the rest of the European Union may then subsequently join.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|