A collection of essays on Britain's troubled relations with the fast-evolving bloc of continental countries linked to the euro. Edited by Stephen haseler and jacques Reland, both professors at london Guildhall University, this book covers the waterfront of problem issues - politics, economics, finanacial services, public opinion, national sovereignty. New Labour, gordon brown's five tests and the Third Way. It even points to the fault lines that could yet wreck the Euro and asks if this new currency is really a Franco-German affair.
With an introduction by Lord Simon of Highbury, formerly DTI Minister for the Single market and more recently one of three wise men reporting to the Comission on future changes, contents include: "The Euro and Financial Services" Howard Davies, "The Euro and Taxes" Dick Taverne, "The Politics of the Euro" Stephen hassler, "The British: Reluctant Europeans" Bob Worcester, "The Labour and the Euro" Christopher Johnson, "The Foreign Policy of the Euro" John Stevens, "Euroland and National Sovereignty" Valerio Lintner, "The Euro Contest: A Franco-German Affair" Jacques Reland, "The Fault Lines that could destroy the Euro" Brian Kettell, "The Third Way and the Euro" Robert Kissack.
Publisher: I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd.
Number of pages: 184
Weight: 308 g
Dimensions: 228 x 150 x 11 mm