How Europe's Economies Learn: Coordinating Competing Models

How Europe's Economies Learn: Coordinating Competing Models

English | 2007 | ISBN: 0199203199 | PDF | 470 Pages | 2.6 mb


When seeking to bench mark the performance of European economies, commentators often look for comparison the economies of Japan and the United States. How Europe's Economies Learn shows how this is seriously misleading and needs to be complemented with an understanding of the fundamental differences between Europe's economies.

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