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Tytuł
Koordynacja polityk gospodarczych w Unii Europejskiej. Część I
Źródło
Bank i Kredyt, 2003, nr 3, s. 14-31
Słowa kluczowe
Polityka gospodarcza
Economic policy
Firma/Organizacja
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Abstrakt
W artykule przedstawiono genezę procesu koordynacji gospodarczej we Wspólnocie Europejskiej, a także podstawowe instrumenty koordynacyjne - Ogólne Wytyczne Polityki Gospodarczej oraz Pakt Stabiności i Wzrostu.
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Bibliografia
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  1. E. Apel: European monetary integration 1958-2002. Routledge, London - New York 1998, s.29.
  2. M.J. Artis, B. Winkler: The Stability Pact: trading off flexibility for credibility. W: A. Hughues Hallett, M.M. Hutchison, S.E. Hougaard Jensen (red.): Fiscal aspects of European monetary integration. Cambridge University Press, 1999, s. 181 i nast.
  3. B. Balassa: Structural policies in the European Common Market. W: B. Balassa (red.): European economic integration. Amsterdam - Oxford - New York 1975, North Holland - American Elsevier, s. 231-241.
  4. F. Balassone, D. Franco: Fiscal federalism and the Stability and Growth Pact: a difficult union. Paper for the Workshop on Fiscal Rules, Banca d'Italia, Perugia, February 2001, s. 631;
  5. F. Balassone, D. Franco: Public investment, the Stability Pact and the golden rule. Fiscal Studies, Vol. 21(2)/2000, s. 207-229;
  6. F. Ballabriga, C. Martinez-Mongay: Has EMU shifted policy? European Commission, Economic Paper No. 166, February 2002.
  7. C. Bean: Discussion. "Economic Policy" No. 26/1998, s. 106.
  8. H. Brits, M. de Vor: The Pact for Stability and Growth. W: P.A.G. van Bergeijk, R.J. Berndsen, W.J. Jansen: The economics of the euro area: macroeconomic policy and institutions. Cheltenham-Northampton 2000 Edward Elgar, s. 207-208.
  9. A. Brunila, M. Buti and J. in't Veld : Fiscal policy in Europe: how effective are automatic stabilisers? European Commission, Economic Paper, No. 177, September 2002, s. 25-29.
  10. Budgetary challenges posed by ageing populations: the impact on public spending on pensions, health and long-term care for the elderly and possible indicators of the long-term sustainability of public finances. Economic Policy Committee, Brussels, 24 October 2001.
  11. M. Buti: Public finances in the early years of EMU: adjusting to the new policy regime. Paper for the Workshop of the Foundation for the Modernisation of Spain, October 2002;
  12. M. Buti, S. Eijffinger, D. Franco: Revisiting the Stability and Growth Pact: grand design or internal adjustment. European Commission, Economic Paper, No. 180, January 2003, s. 9-11.
  13. M. Buti, B. Martinot: Open issues in the implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact. National Institute Economic Review, No. 174/2000, s. 92-104;
  14. Commission Communication on strengthening economic policy co-ordination within the euro area. Brussels, 7 February 2001.
  15. Commission Memorandum to the Council on the co-ordination of economic policies and monetary co-operation within the Community. Bulletin of the European Communities (supplement), Brussels, 12 February 1969.
  16. The contribution of public finances to growth and employment: improving quality and sustainability. Report from the Commission and the (ECOFIN) Council to the Stockholm European Council, Brussels, 12 March 2001.
  17. Co-ordination of economic policies in the EU: a presentation of key features of the main procedures. European Commission, "Euro Paper", No. 45, July 2002, s. 3 i 4.
  18. Council Recommendation to Portugal with a view to bringing an end to the situation of an excessive government deficit - application of Article 104(7) of the Treaty. Brussels, 5 November 2002.
  19. Council Recommendation with a view to bringing an end to the situation of an excessive government deficit in Germany - application of Article 104(7) of the Treaty establishing the European Community. Brussels, 21 January 2003.
  20. Council Recommendation with a view to giving early warning to France in order to prevent the occurrence of an excessive deficit. Brussels, 21 January 2003.
  21. Council Regulation 1466/97 of 7 July 1997 on the strengthening of the surveillance of budgetary positions and the surveillance and co-ordination of economic policies. OJ L 209. 02.08.1997.
  22. Council Regulation 1467/97 of 7 July 1997 on speeding up and clarifying the implementation of the excessive deficit procedure. OJ L 209. 02.08.1997.
  23. T.T. Dang, P. Antolin, H. Oxley: The fiscal implications of ageing: projections of age-related spending. OECD Working Paper, No. 31, Paris 2001.
  24. J. De Haan, J.E. Sturm, B.J. Sikken: Government capital formation: explaining the decline. "Review of World Economics" No. 132/1996, s. 55-74;
  25. Economic Forecasts - Autumn 2002. European Commission, "European Economy" No. 5/2002, s. 34; The EU Economy: 2002 Review. European Commission, Brussels, 11 December 2002, s. 50-51.
  26. B. Eichengreen: Saving Europe's automatic stabilisers. "National Institute Economic Review" No.159/1997, s. 92-98.
  27. B. Eichengreen, Ch. Wyplosz: The Stability and Growth Pact: more than a minor nuisance? Economic Policy, No. 26/1998, s. 69.
  28. J. Fischer, G. Guidice: The Stability and Convergence Programmes. W: A. Brunila, M. Buti and D. Franco (red.): The Stability and Growth Pact - the architecture of fiscal policy in EMU. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke 2001, s. 158 i nast.
  29. D. Franco, T. Munzi: Ageing and fiscal policies in the European Union. European Commission, European Economy - Reports and Studies, No. 4/1997.
  30. J. Frankel, A. Rose: The endogeneity of the optimum currency area criteria. "Economic Journal" No. 108, July 1998;
  31. D. Gros, N. Thygesen: European monetary integration. Essex 1998 Longman, s. 344.
  32. A. Hughues Hallett, P. McAdam: Implications of the Stability and Growth Pact: why the growth element is important. W: A. Hughues Hallett, M.M.Hutchison, S.E. Hougaard Jensen (red.): Fiscal aspects of European monetary integration. Cambridge University Press, 1999, s. 248.
  33. The implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact. "ECB Monthly Bulletin", May 1999, s. 49-54.
  34. S. Korkman: Fiscal policy co-ordination in EMU: should it go beyond the SGP? W: A. Brunila, M. Buti and D. Franco (red.): The Stability and Growth Pact - the architecture of fiscal policy in EMU. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke 2001, s. 287-310.
  35. P. Krugman: Geography and trade. Cambridge 1991 MIT Press;
  36. P. Krugman: Lessons from Massachusetts for EMU. W: F. Torres, F. Giavazzi (red.): Adjustment and growth in Economic and Monetary Union. Cambridge 1993 Cambridge University Press.
  37. One market, one money: an evaluation of the potential benefits and costs of forming an economic and monetary union. "European Economy" No. 44, European Commission, Brussels, October 1990.
  38. L. Oręziak: Polityka budżetowa na obszarze euro (cz. II). "Bank i Kredyt" nr 7/2002, s. 11.
  39. D. Owen, P. Cole: EMU in perspective. Understanding monetary union. Pearson Education Ltd, Haarlow 1999, s. 114-118.
  40. H. Oxley, J.P. Martin: Controlling government spending and deficits: trends in the 80s and prospects for the 90s. OECD Economic Studies, No. 17/1991, s. 145-189.
  41. Presidency Conclusions, Seville European Council, 21-22 June 2002, s.23
  42. Public Finances in EMU - 2002. European Commission, European Economy, No. 3/2002, s. 42.
  43. A. Razin, E. Sadka: The Stability and Growth Pact as an impediment to privatizing social security. CEPR Discussion Paper, No. 3621, November 2002.
  44. Report to the Council and the Commission on the realization by stages of Economic and Monetary Union in the Community. Bulletin of the European Communities (supplement), Luxembourg, 8 October 1970.
  45. Reports on the Implementation of the 2002/2001/2000/1999 Broad Economic Policy Guidelines. European Commission, European Economy - Reports and Studies, No. 1/2003; No. 1/2002; No. 2/2001; No. 1/2000.
  46. Resolution of the European Council of 13 December 1997 on economic policy co-ordination in stage III of EMU and on the Treaty Articles 109 and 109b of the EC Treaty. OJ C 35, 02.02.1998.
  47. Resolution of the European Council on the Stability and Growth Pact. Amsterdam, 17 June 1997, OJ C 236, 02.08.1997.
  48. Strengthening the co-ordination of budgetary policies. Communication from the Commission to Council and the European Parliament, Brussels, 27 November 2002.
  49. K. Szeląg: Reforma instytucjonalna Unii Europejskiej (cz. I i II), "Wspólnoty Europejskie" nr 1(136) i 2(137), styczeń-luty 2003 r.
  50. The 2002/2001/2000/1999 Broad Economic Policy Guidelines. European Commission, "European Economy" No. 4/2002; Main Edition, No. 72/2001; Main Edition, No. 70/2000; Main Edition, No. 68/1999.
  51. L. Tsoukalis: The politics and economics of European monetary integration. London 1977 Allen & Unwin Ltd, s. 73 i nast.;
  52. J. von Hagen: More growth for stability - reflections on fiscal policy in Euroland. ZEI Policy Paper, June 2002.
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