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[EUTW Book Series I] New Era of the European Union's Economic & Trade Policies
Publication Date / 2011-05-01
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European Union Centre in Taiwan

Chief Editor of the series: Dr. Tzong-Ho Bau

Chief Editor of the book: Dr. Catherine Li


Author: Don-Ming Su, Der-Chin Horng, Catherine Li, Chih-Mei Luo, Jyun-Yi Lee, Li-Jiuan Chen, Hsu-Chi Wang, Kuei-Jung Ni, Peggy Yang, Roy Chun Lee, Chen-Hao Ku, Chih-Ming Chung, Chih-Chieh Chou


 Content Description:


Preface of the Series: Dr. Tzong-Ho Bau

Preface of the Book: Dr. Catherine Li

Introduction to the Authors


On Eurozone’s Fiscal Mechanism and Economic Stability/ Dou-Ming Su


The Monetary Policy of the European Central Bank/ Der-Chin Horng


The Euro After Ten years: Review and Prospect/ Chih-Mei Luo and Jyun-Yi Lee


Study on Reform of the EU Corporate Governance/ Li-Jiuan Chen


EU Deposit Insurance System/ Hsu-Chi Wang


An Analysis on the Interaction between European New Regulations on Hormones and the WTO System/ Kuei-Jung Ni and Peggy Yang


The Policy Implications of EU Communications Regulatory Reform Experiences for Taiwan—the Case of Video-On-Demand Services/ Roy Chun Lee and Chen- Hao Ku


The EU’s External Climate Policy: International Pioneer Short of Leadership/ Chih-Ming Chung


Implications of Linking EU External Policy and the Human Security Concept/ Chih-Chieh Chou


On the EU’s Common Commercial Policy After the Treaty of Lisbon/ Catherine Li



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