Begg, Iain. (1993) "The emergent European market and economic and social cohesion". In: UNSPECIFIED, Washington, DC. (Unpublished)
There is a growing recognition that even though an acceleration of economic integration in the EC will yield overall gains for the Community economy, there are bound to be losers as well as winners. Regional disparities in income and unemployment are substantial in the EC (and more pronounced than in the US), and may be exacerbated by economic and monetary union. This paper assesses the problems the EC will face in meeting the commitment to promote 'economic and social cohesion' set out as a fundamental principle in Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union. It analyses the likely impact of EMU on cohesion and considers the policy implications and options.
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