Research Handbook on Post-Pandemic EU Economic Governance and NGEU Law

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Research Handbook on Post-Pandemic EU Economic Governance and NGEU Law

9781035328154 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Federico Fabbrini, Full Professor of EU Law, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University and Founding Director of the Brexit Institute and PI of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence REBUILD, Ireland and Christy Ann Petit, Assistant Professor of EU Banking and Finance Law, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University and Deputy Director of the Brexit Institute, Ireland
Publication Date: September 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03532 815 4 Extent: c 512 pp
This Research Handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of post-pandemic EU economic governance and Next Generation EU (NGEU) Law. It explores the profound impact of Covid-19 on the architecture of EU economic governance, focusing on the establishment and implications of the NGEU Recovery Fund.

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This Research Handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of post-pandemic EU economic governance and Next Generation EU (NGEU) Law. It explores the profound impact of Covid-19 on the architecture of EU economic governance, focusing on the establishment and implications of the NGEU Recovery Fund.

Bringing together a carefully selected and diverse group of leading legal scholars, political scientists and economists, the Research Handbook critically examines the NGEU’s governance structures, objectives, values and funding mechanisms. It discusses how the NGEU and other EU programmes have allowed the EU to provide support to Member States and citizens in fostering economic and social recovery following the pandemic. Adopting a forward-thinking approach, it considers the key challenges lying ahead for the EU including its digital and green transitions, global competitiveness and geopolitics following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Contributing to the ongoing scholarly and policy discussions on the future trajectory of the EU, this Research Handbook is a fundamental resource for academics, researchers and students of European law and governance, economic regulation and integration finance and banking law, tax law, monetary and fiscal policy, and competition law. Shedding light on the post-pandemic legal, institutional and economic developments in the EU, it is also of interest to policy practitioners and EU think tanks.
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