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Fiscal federalism and the European Union

Robert Ackrill

Fiscal federalism and the European Union

the need for a new paradigm

by Robert Ackrill

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Published by University of Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Robert Ackrill.
SeriesDiscussion papers in European economic studies / University of Leicester -- 97/6
ContributionsUniversity of Leicester. Centre for European Economic Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22838131M

This book examines the decision to adopt European Monetary Union (EMU) as a federal bargain by the European Union, designed to provide the countries of Europe with a bulwark against the volatility of the international economy. Although the precise motives of the participants varied from country to country, all were agreed that only federal-like political and economic arrangements would provide.   fiscal federalism literature. basic concepts of federalism Constitutional divisions of powers among various orders of government fall into three categories: unitary, federal, and confederal. Page 3 Tuesday, July 3, AM.

Downloadable! In this paper, we compare the present process of definition and implementation of fiscal policies in the European Union with the main conclusions of the “fiscal federalism” theory. This is done in order to draw possible lessons for future evolution, particularly taking into account the possibility of creating a European “Federation of Nation-States”, which we supported in. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of national fiscal policies in the European Union and in the European Monetary Union. Adopting a critical perspective, the book offers a deep insight into the consequences of the current strategy of national fiscal policies on economic activity.

Fiscal union. Fiscal union is the integration of the fiscal policy of nations or states. Under fiscal union decisions about the collection and expenditure of taxes are taken by common institutions, shared by the participating governments. A fiscal union does not imply the centralisation of spending and tax decisions at the supranational level. Moravcsik attacks the view, shared by Euro‐enthusiasts and Euro‐sceptics alike, that current developments in the EU herald the advent of a European federal state; according to Moravcsik, the EU lacks and is likely to continue to lack the fundamental competences that would make it federal. To make this point, Moravcsik emphasizes what the EU does not do and is unlikely to take on in the.


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The book tackles a key issue for the European Union: Fiscal Federalism. It evaluates the applicability of this theoretical perspective for the EU. Conversely, it pinpoints ways in which the diversity of existing fiscal settings and organisations, both at national and European levels, can throw light on the by: 1.

This book explores the core issues of fiscal federalism in the European context. It combines theoretical and empirical analysis in addressing such questions as: * what sort of fiscal federalism is appropriate in the European CommunityCited by: A revisionist interpretation of the post-war evolution of European integration and the European Union (EU), this book reappraises and reassesses conventional explanations of European integration.

It adopts a federalist approach which supplements state-based arguments with federal political ideas, influences and by: Book Description. To what extent should local and regional governments in the European Union be allowed to determine their own fiscal policies.

This book explores the core issues of fiscal federalism in the European context. It combines theoretical and empirical analysis in addressing such questions as.

Combining theoretical and empirical analysis this book explores the core issues of fiscal federalism in the European context. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. This book explores the issue of fiscal federalism within the context of EU integration from theoretical, historical, policy and global perspectives.

It contrasts the pace of integration amongst EU member states with the failure of financial and administrative apparatus to evolve to encompass fiscal federalism, i.e. the development of a Cited by: The book tackles a key issue for the European Union: Fiscal Federalism.

It evaluates the applicability of this theoretical perspective for the EU. Conversely, it pinpoints ways in which the diversity of existing fiscal settings and organisations, both at national and European levels, can throw light on the theory. This book examines patterns of environmental regulation in the European Union and four federal polities--the United States, Germany, Australia, and Canada.

Daniel Kelemen develops a theory of regulatory federalism based on his comparative study, arguing that the greater the fragmentation of power at the federal level, the less discretion is. Fiscal Federalism in the European Union (Routledge Studies in the European Economy) Book Title:Fiscal Federalism in the European Union (Routledge Studies in the European Economy) To what extent should local and regional governments in the European Union be allowed to determine their own fiscal policies.

This book explores the core issues of fiscal federalism in the European context. The paper argues that, if it were to address the three highlighted obstacles more fully, the EU would face a crucial choice between two ideal models of fiscal integration: The ‘surveillance model’, where Member States continue to maintain all taxing power and where the EU is an enforcer of discipline, and the ‘classic fiscal federalism’ model, where the EU acquires its own independent sphere of fiscal authority Cited by: Fiscal federalism in the European Union/edited by Amedeo Fossati and Giorgio Panella.

—(Routledge studies in the European economy: 9) ‘A collection of essays most of which were presented at the conference organised by the University of Genova (Istituto di Finanza and Polo Didattico di Imperia) and held in Imperia on 23 May ’–Pref.

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This book explores the core issues of fiscal federalism in the European context. It combines theoretical and empirical analysis in addressing such questions as: * what sort of fiscal federalism is appropriate in the Brand: Taylor And Francis.

The book tackles a key issue for the European Union: Fiscal Federalism. It evaluates the applicability of this theoretical perspective for the EU. Conversely, it pinpoints ways in which the diversity of existing fiscal settings and organisations, both at national and European levels, can throw light on the theory.

In this paper, we compare the present process of definition and implementation of fiscal policies in the European Union with the main conclusions of the “fiscal federalism” theory. European Union. Nevertheless, using the fiscal federalism model to think about the European Union does, I think, provide some useful insights.

My purpose in this paper is to explore this issue further–to see what the fiscal federalism literature has to contribute to our understanding of the structure of the public sector in the European Union. Comparative federalism is now an important topic, with scholarly work comparing the US and EU 'proliferating rapidly'.

The present volume seeks to build on and contribute to this growing literature, by developing a systematic comparison of the institutions, policies and developmental patterns of the European Union and the United States. EUCOTAX Series on European Taxation Volume Comparative Fiscal Federalism provides a full-scale comparative analysis of the tax jurisprudence of the judicial systems of the European Union (EU) and the United States (US).Judicial review of taxation in the world’s two most economically significant multistate systems has exposed a remarkable divergence.

Federalism and the Future of Europe, sponsored by several Swiss organisations (see above). It was held in Basel and organised with great efficiency by Peter Arengo-Jones, assisted by Ursula Minder. The aim was to investigate federalism in the European Union, but to do so by examining different tendencies at work in Europe by reference to the three.

Fiscal Federalism and European Economic Integration The pace of economic integration among European Union (EU) member states has accelerated considerably over the past decade, highlighted by the process of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).

Many aspects of the EU’s apparatus, however, have failed to evolve in order to meet these new challenges. There has been a lively debate among scholars about the feasibility and desirability of fiscal federalism in the European Union (EU). The paper addresses the question of whether 'conventional fiscal federalism'is feasible in the EU.

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