Anaemic Europe, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
How to Achieve Dynamism and Mass Flourishing

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This book explores the reasons behind Europe’s poor performance in terms of overall growth and its progressively diminishing role in the global context. Recognizing that the big challenge is to restore confidence and hope in Europe, potential solutions are discussed. The volume comprises a selection of contributions to the XXVI Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar (Rome, 2014), the most recent of a series of seminars that have provided outstanding scholars with an opportunity to discuss key topics in economic research. In recent years the persistence of high unemployment and low growth has increased the Euroscepticism that has targeted the euro and the Brussels bureaucracy. Readers will find this book a fascinating source of information on current thinking regarding topics such as European industrial policy, European governance, unemployment, the euro and competitiveness, trade and financial integration, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, anticorruption policies, and energy and climate policies. In particular, it examines the structural reforms and commitment to development that will be required for Europe to become a region characterized by social justice, dynamism, and opportunities for all.
​Growing-by-unleashing  grassroots entrepreneurship and Alibaba innovations. Innovation and mass flourishing: the Latin American experience. What kind of financial integration under banking union? Structural reforms in the Eurozone: a case of self-defeating expectations. Europe's linkages with the world: has EU integration come at the cost of global integration?  Can trade become again the engine of growth of Europe and the world? Perspectives on growth, trade, and social agenda expenditures in  the Eurozone during the rest of this decade, with and without the  EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Corruption of the institutional system: remedies. Corruption and growth: an uneasy relationship. Reviving international carbon emission markets: a proposal based on responsibility, ability to pay and independent ratings. Trade margins and exchange rate regime: new evidence from a panel VARX model. Transatlantic austerity 2010: a comparative assessment. What went wrong with Western Europe? An essay on the causes of its economic decline and on the possible remedies. The evolution of the European energy and climate policies: the view of a market player.
Luigi Paganetto is Emeritus Professor and Full Professor of European Economics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, and President of the Economics Foundation Tor Vergata for Economic Research. He participates as an expert in European and International working groups. He is the author of articles and books in the fields of Macroeconomics, International Economics, Italian and European Industrial Economics, and Energy and Environment.

Presents a selection of contributions to the XXVI Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar

Analyzes the level of growth in Europe and the reasons behind the poor performance

Debates how Europe can become a dynamic region with a lead role in the global context