Год издания: 2005
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Book DescriptionThis controversial, challenging and timely book carefully reviews the economic aspects of the UK?s relationship with the EU: trade in goods and services, the single market, tax and regulation, public finances, and monetary policy. The authors argue that the EU has chosen to place political integration before market liberalization and has followed policies of protection not merely in agriculture, but also in manufacturing trade, while leaving continental countries? restrictions on trade in services largely intact. The UK, meanwhile, has developed into a service-based and relatively deregulated economy, and a net importer not merely of food but also of manufactured goods. As such, the book finds that the UK is severely damaged by the EU?s current policies, as indeed is the general mass of the people within the rest of the EU. The book goes on to consider ways in which the political advantages of collaboration within Europe can be maintained while...