Can the Eurozone be more democratic?

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Series Details 25.06.18
Publication Date 25/06/2018
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How the Eurozone would be governed in the future was a matter of much debate and was expected to form a key part of the European Council meeting on 28-29 June 2018.

The author argued that the debate was neglecting a key set of questions: how could its governance be made more democratic and accountable? The answers to these questions would likely impact on the expansion or shrinking of the countries participating in the euro in the longer-term.

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Robert Schuman Foundation: European Issues, No.387, April 2016: Euro zone, legitimacy and democracy: how do we solve the European democratic problem?
Transparency International EU: Article, 12.04.18: Eurozone reforms must focus on institutions and their democratic legitimacy
Politico, 20.04.18: Blueprint for a democratic renewal of the eurozone
LSE European Institute: EuroppBlog, 27.10.18: From ‘Vincolo Esterno’ to ‘Nemico Esterno’: The disturbing new demonisation of the EU

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