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Narcissism of Minor Differences or Major Economic Rifts? The Political Economy of (Post) Financial Crisis Management in the United States and the European Union

Narcissism of Minor Differences or Major Economic Rifts? The Political Economy of (Post) Financial Crisis Management in the United States and the European Union

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After highlighting the key similarities and differences of the respective policy approaches in this policy paper, the authors discuss possible root causes for the financial crisis.
After highlighting the key similarities and differences of the respective policy approaches in this policy paper, the authors discuss possible root causes for the financial crisis.

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Published by: German Marshall Fund of the United States on Apr 04, 2012
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Economic Policy PaPEr SEriES
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narciSSiSm of minor DiffErEncESor major Economic riftS?
thE Political Economy of (PoSt) financial criSiSmanagEmEnt in thE UnitED StatES anD thE EUroPEan Union
Stormy-annika milDnErDaniEla SchwarzEr
 
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 The paper is based on a conference contribution (March 2011) for the project “New Atlantic Capitalism.Reshaping the Economic Model in the EU and the United States,” a joint project of four think tanks: demosEUROPA - Centre for European Strategy (Warsaw), Notre Europe (Paris), Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Berlin), and The German Marshall Fund of the United States (Washington DC). It is supported by the EuropeanCommission.
Stormy-Annika Mildner is member of the Executive Board of the German Institute for International andSecurity Affairs (SWP) and a Robert Bosch Fellow in fall 2011 at the GMF’s Transatlantic Academy. DanielaSchwarzer heads the Research Unit European Integration at SWP.

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