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Core-periphery Relations in the European Union

Kovács, O. (2016): The Hungarian Agony over Eurozone Accession. In: Magone, J. M. – Laffan, B. – Schweiger, C. (eds.) (2016): Core-periphery Relations in the European Union – Power and Conflict in a Dualist Political Economy. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Chapter 16. pp. 231-250. Book reviews: In English: Stefan, A. Musto (2016): Core-Periphery Relations in the European Union – Power and Conflict in a Dualist
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Divide after the Tide?

While there is some optimistic judgement over the end of the 2008 financial and economic crisis – not to mention those voices advocating that the Great Recession was not really so great (Van Ours, 2015) –, there is a certain level of uncertainty encoded into the fragile recovery. If for no other reason than the European integration seems to suffering from non-convergence in many aspects between the core and the perip
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