ECON2322 final exam 2007 - ofthe Common Market. Question 3...

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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS NOVEMBER 2007 EUROPEAN INTEGRATION ECON2322 EUR02600 FINAL EXAMINATION TIME ALLOWED - TWO (2) HOURS. TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS - SIX (6) ANSWER ANY THREE (3) QUESTIONS THIS EXAMINATION IS WORTH 60% OF THE TOTAL MARKS FOR THE SUBJECT. QUESTIONS ARE OF EQUAL VALUE ANSWERS MUST BE WRITTEN IN INK. THIS PAPER MAY BE RETAINED BY THE CANDIDATE. .p pS'
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Question 1 Discuss the role ofthe United States in the process ofEuropean integration and assess whether (and why), at any stage, economic relations between the EEC and the USA can be portrayed as rival ones. Question 2 Explain the differences in the integration process between the EPU phase and that after the formation
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Unformatted text preview: ofthe Common Market. Question 3 Can the Common Market/EEC/European Union be portrayed as a custom Union? What are the limitations of the custom union approach to the analysis of European integration? Question 4 To what extent can the process of European integration be portrayed as neomercantilist? What would be the implications as to the relations of each European State to the European Union? Question 5 Why was the EMS formed in 1979? What was the difference relatively to the 'snake'? Why did it collapse? Question 6 Explain the working of EMU. What is the implication ofthe EMU for fiscal policy both at the European and the level ofthe individual countries?...
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ECON2322 final exam 2007 - ofthe Common Market. Question 3...

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