The Economics of Europe and the EU

February 28, 2008

This combines coverage of the key policy areas of the European Union with analysis of individual countries, including recent accession countries. It includes graphics of economic concepts and developments so countries can be compared. It uses only basic economic theory but contains sharp analytical judgments.

Who is it for? Anyone with knowledge of first-year or even A-level economics and an interest in the EU.

Presentation: It is simple and clear.

Would you recommend it? It is excellent for non-specialists and useful as background material for economics students.

The Economics of Europe and the EU

Author: Larry Neal
Edition: First
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Pages: 456
Price: £60.00 and £23.99
ISBN 9780521864510 and 9780521683012

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