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By Anton Hemerijck, Ben Knapen, Ellen van Doorne

Even though it will be untimely to presume to spot the precise repercussions of the present fiscal concern, it's transparent that it'll have profound results within the political, monetary, and social spheres. Written in the middle of the inner most fiscal trouble because the nice melancholy, Aftershocks comprises twenty-four essays—based on interviews with students, sought after ecu politicians, and major figures from enterprise and banking—that think of the origins of the trouble in addition to the prospective social, monetary, and political differences it may possibly engender. among the individuals are Barry Eichengreen, Tony Atkinson, David Soskice, Nancy Birdsall, Amitai Etzioni, Helmut Schmidt, and Jacques Delors.

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Nine years after the social accord of Lisbon, the conclusion is that the ‘trickle-down’ effect has not worked. Overall poverty rates have not decreased, and child and old age poverty have actually increased in some EU countries, notably in Germany, Poland, Italy, Latvia, Romania and Bulgaria. Jacques Delors infers that as a result of the timely imperative of the enlargement of 2004, the programmatic deepening of the EU took a back seat (see also Delors, 2006). As a consequence, the EU now lacks the necessary unity to put forward a coherent package of supranational social and economic crisis management.

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