The Economics of the New Europe: From Community to Union
1 Jan 1995
Nigel Healey (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Europe is in a period of rapid transition. The Single European Market has been completed, and many barriers to the free movement of goods, services, labour and capital have been removed. However, the moves towards deeper European union, with full monetary union by 1999, have proved more problematic. Outside the EU, the collapse of communism has added more countries to the queue of EFTA nations applying for EU membership. This book, based on articles originally published in "Economics and Business Education" which are here extensively revised and updated, examines the European economy.