Crises and corruption. Fiscal and tax consequences for the European citizen-sociotax2023
  • Description
  • The Summer School combines European Economic Governance with the Social State. It will focus on the mechanisms by which the European Economic Governance works, analyzing the roles, rules, procedures and mechanisms from the establishment of the EU to its current evolution but from the point of view of defending its economic interests with respect of the human rights of the European citizen. The legal and institutional dimensions of the evolution of the EU, the way in which the member states operate inside and outside the EU in times of crisis, the establishment and operation of the Economic and Monetary Union from the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty to its current evolution, emphasizing the differences in the policies developed by the individual member states belonging to the Eurozone, at the level of fiscal and fiscal policy making. Special mention will be given to the structure of the EU's economic governance system.

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  • Keywords
  • corruption crises EU transparency taxation fiscal policy European Institutions European citizen human rights
  • Subject Categories
  • Social Sciences
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  • Languages
  • Greek, Modern language
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