Euro Crisis

Die Eurokrise (auch Euro-Krise) ist eine seit 2009 andauernde Krise innerhalb der Eurozone. Dabei handelt es sich um eine multiple Krise, die Aspekte einer Staatsschuldenkrise, einer Bankenkrise und einer Wirtschaftskrise aufweist. Die Bezeichnung „Eurokrise“ bezieht sich nicht auf den Außenwert des Euro, denn dieser blieb relativ stabil.Die Eurokrise resultiert aus einer Vielzahl unterschiedlicher Faktoren, deren jeweilige Gewichtung umstritten ist. Insbesondere im Fall Griechenlands steht die Entwicklung der Staatsschulden im Vorfeld der Krise im Vordergrund.
Artikel zum Thema Euro Crisis
  • Summer of Love: Karlsruhe Refers the QE Case to Luxembourg

    … Yesterday, on the day of ferragosto, the turning point of Summer, when people in Italy traditionally gather at the beaches, the case of Italy’s opponents in monetary policy against the European Central Bank’s policy of Quantitative Easing (QE) reached a turning point of its own. The Bundesverfassungsgericht (BVerfG) referred the case…

    Verfassungsblog- 82 Leser -

  • The Ljubljana Initiative for Re-Launching the European Integration

    … It is a sign of unconventional times when earnest people wish you a less exciting year 2017 compared to the one that has just, luckily, passed. Starting a new year, a less exciting one then, is an opportunity for reckoning about the past and for charting the plans for the future. For those who care about the project of European integration…

    Matej Avbelj/ Verfassungsblog- 87 Leser -
  • After the Italian Referendum

    … So much was at stake for Italy, its political class and its economy, and for the European Union (EU) and its member states in the country’s failed referendum on constitutional reform. In the EU, Germany is a particularly sensitive case. The relations between Germany and Italy are a focal point in Europe. They used to be in an asymmetric, albeit…

    Christian Joerges/ Verfassungsblog- 56 Leser -
  • Comment on „The End of the Eurocrats’ Dream“

    … acquired during the euro crisis (partly by learning from the IMF), and the capacity generally claimed by the ECB (and ascribed to it by the CJEU). Whereas technocratic authority in the EU has tended to rest on theoretical knowledge, typically rooted in a science of economics, here one sees emphasis on a form of practical knowledge or ‘emergency…

    Verfassungsblog- 59 Leser -
  • Reflections on the European Project: Some Thoughts on the Agenda

    … I was delighted to be invited by D. Chalmers, M. Jachtenfuchs and C. Joerges to join them and others in a reflection on the European project triggered by their book, ‘The End of the Eurocrats’ Dream: Adjusting to European Diversity’. It is always useful to rethink the European project. Yet, this is a great challenge and ‘some humility is required…

    Verfassungsblog- 43 Leser -
  • The End of the Eurocrats’ Dream in Endless Europe

    … about it. Similarly, Otmar Issing, the first chief economist of the ECB, recently warned in the Central Banking journal, the EU cannot go on endlessly its usual political way of “muddling through, struggling from one crisis to the next”. According to him, “the no bail-out clause is violated every day” despite the European Court of Justice’s ruling…

    Verfassungsblog- 40 Leser -
  • Putting Europe back on its feet – A timely wake-up call

    …1. Are „Eurocrats“ to blame for the bad shape of Europe? First of all, one has to ask whether „Eurocrat“ is a meaningful term at all. Obviously one can find lots of examples in the European law and politics that demonstrate a kind of hubris and at the same time a complete failure to accomplish the goals of the „European Project“ – one needs…

    Verfassungsblog- 36 Leser -
  • After the Eurocrats‘ Dream, the Contingence of the History

    … (2013), “The Democratic Legitimacy of the EU: Is Federalism the Solution or the Problem?” in Richard Bellamy / Uta Staiger (eds.), The Eurozone Crisis and the Democratic Deficit, Hix, Simon /Bartolini, Stefano (2006), “Politics: The Right or the Wrong Sort of Medicine for the EU?” Notre Europe, Policy Paper nº 19. Innerarity, Daniel (2012…

    Verfassungsblog- 36 Leser -
  • Governing at a distance:  democratic responsibility and social solidarity in the Eurozone

    … intellectual framing, such a political agenda cannot even be imagined in the first place. So let us all make greater efforts. SUGGESTED CITATION Ferrera, Maurizio: Governing at a distance: democratic responsibility and social solidarity in the Eurozone, VerfBlog, 2016/11/22, …

    Verfassungsblog- 29 Leser -
  • The Future of the EU between Independence and Interdependence

    … well for the first 50 years of European integration. It is little surprise, as highlighted in the book’s introduction, that law (if not the traditions of the democratic Rechtstaat) have also been a frequent fall-back mechanism in the EU’s ‘rescue’ of the Eurozone. The arrival in quick succession of the three major crises of the EU’s history have…

    Verfassungsblog- 31 Leser -

  • The End of the Eurocrats’ Dream

    … dreamlike the response offered by the Eurodemocrats to build a pan- or trans-European democracy, though not all the commentators completely concur. It might be tempting to believe that nationalist populism could be constrained and even overcome by scaling-up democracy to the supranational level. However, they agree with Fritz Scharpf’s critique…

    Verfassungsblog- 31 Leser -
  • CJEU Opens Door to Legal Challenges to Euro Rescue Measures in Key Decision

    … international law, was christened European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and is the predominant crisis resolution mechanism for countries of the euro area. The crucial point about the operation of ESM is that it is only authorised to make use of lending instruments subject to appropriate conditionality. The fourth intervention of the ESM (after Ireland…

    Verfassungsblog- 38 Leser -
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