This series presents contributions to theoretical analysis and economic policy topics in Europe and North America. Economic issues in the Old World and in the New World will be raised - if appropriate in a comparative perspective. European and Transatlantic Studies wants to highlight both the dynamics in a rapidly changing Western Europe with its dynamic EU core and the developments in Central and Eastern Europe. Macroeconomic topics and problems of structural and institutional change which are of interest for readers in both the U.S. and Europe will prominently figure in this series.
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