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2020, vol. 66, iss. 4, pp. 13-28
European Monetary Union as a stabilizing factor in the circumstances of economic crisis
aUniversity of Priština - Kosovska Mitrovica, Faculty of Economy
bInstitute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade

emailsrecko.milacic@pr.ac.rs, zoki@medianis.net, aleksandar.kostic@pr.ac.rs
Abstract
The authors examine the problems the European Monetary Union in the circumstances of the global economic crisis. They especially elaborated the battle for the financial stability of the European Monetary Union. The authors problematize the interaction of the European Central Bank and national central banks, emphasizing the deficiencies in the coordination of fiscal and monetary policy. They investigated the reasons that require a cautious strategy when it comes to the admission of new member states into the European Monetary Union and in that sense the conditions for nominal and real convergence. The authors consider the management of the economic crisis and the introduction of new institutions with the task to stabilize the situation in the monetary field. They explored the problems of helping countries like Greece from the point of view of the developed countries relationship. The authors especially paid attention to the level of transparency in relation to their citizens when making decisions on certain aid giving issues. They have proposed solutions for getting out of the vicious circle and the need to redesign the European Monetary Union and in this context the problem of the stabilization of the euro in order for it to be competitive with the dollar.
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article language: English
document type: Original Paper
DOI: 10.5937/ekonomika2004013M
received: 17/05/2020
accepted: 18/06/2020
published in SCIndeks: 20/12/2020
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