Als Eurozone (amtlich auch Euro-Währungsgebiet oder Euroraum) wird die Gruppe der EU-Staaten bezeichnet, die den Euro als offizielle Währung eingeführt haben. Die Eurozone besteht derzeit aus 18 EU-Staaten und wird deswegen auch als Euro-18 bezeichnet. Zuletzt übernahm Lettland zum 1. Januar 2014 als 18. EU-Land den Euro als offizielle Währung.Die derzeit 18 EU-Staaten der Eurozone sind Belgien, Deutschland, Estland, Finnland, Frankreich, Griechenland, Irland, Italien, Lettland, Luxemburg, Malta, die Niederlande, Österreich, Portugal, Slowakei, Slowenien, Spanien und Zypern.
Artikel zum Thema Eurozone

  • 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“

    … devalued by cynical use. Employed as a stabilising tool, without sensitivity for norms and generalizable aims, it now contributes to a façade (pp.9-11). Rules are abundant, but the EU is now in the throes of de-legalisation (p.308). The volume makes for powerful critical reading. While studies of the failings of Eurozone design and their institutional…

    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

    … of the Union’s overall political development and specific policies must be labeled ‘anti-European’. Responding to the Eurozone crisis and its political consequences at European and national levels, this group of academics actually proves the contrary need to engage in debates about the fundamentals of the European integration project by all who still care…

    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

    … the Eurocrats dream to a nightmare. Stuck with the same policy tools but forced to tackle issues that are redistributive and win-lose with regulatory instruments ill-suited to addressing the multiple causes of the crisis or the local differences and varieties of capitalism of the Eurozone, the ‘permissive consensus’ has given way to an ever more vocal…

    Verfassungsblog- 31 Leser -

  • 10 (pro-EU) reasons to be cheerful after Brexit

    … in how the EU and its member states deal with Eurozone governance. These are only tentative but the soft-peddling by the Commission of sanctions for breaching the excessive deficit rules in respect of Spanish and Portuguese debt may be the harbinger of a less confrontational, more constructive and collaborative approach to deficits by Eurozone…

    Verfassungsblog- 74 Leser -
  • Conditionality through the lens of the CJEU: a “blurry” view

    … From the very beginning of the Eurozone crisis, conditionality progressively entered into the vocabulary and the normative sphere of the EU economic governance. At the time of the first assistance package to Greece, conditionality was just an emergency tool set in the bilateral Loan Agreements, signed by Greece and other Members States. However…

    Verfassungsblog- 55 Leser -
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