Steps towards a deeper economic integration : the Internal Market in the 21 st century A contribution to the Single Market Review

@inproceedings{ILZKOVITZ2007StepsTA,
  title={Steps towards a deeper economic integration : the Internal Market in the 21 st century A contribution to the Single Market Review},
  author={FABIENNE ILZKOVITZ and Nuno Sousa},
  year={2007}
}
The aim of this paper is to analyse the effects of the implementation of the Internal Market Programme and to propose ideas on how its potential can be better exploited. First, the paper offers a broader perspective to the analysis of the Internal Market by exploring its close links to the rapidly changing economic environment. Second, it puts together a comprehensive body of empirical evidence, based on the analysis of trade, FDI, M&A, prices and regulation data, which allows for a thorough… CONTINUE READING

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