The Euro as Politics
The 2004 edition of the IEA's annual survey of the state of utility regulation and deregulation
David Henderson examines the role and conduct of business today, against the background of changes over the last sixty years
Professor Pedro Schwartz argues that the political implications of the UK joining the euro are more important than the economic implications
Monetary competition should form part of a more general political package. Monetary arrangements will strongly influence the kind of European Union we build, and the arguments in the The Euro as Politics can be applied to a wide range of European policy areas. Professor Schwartz argues that the UK should seek to build a free-trade Europe based upon competition and not based upon harmonisation of regulations and laws.
2004, Research Monograph 58, ISBN 0 255 36535 7, 217pp, PB