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Blum, Ulrich
Pies, Ingo
Sieveking, Nikolaus
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[Journal:] Wirtschaftsdienst [ISSN:] 1613-978X [Publisher:] Springer [Place:] Heidelberg [Volume:] 92 [Year:] 2012 [Issue:] 10 [Pages:] 667-672
Die Europäische Union hat während der Krise ihre Glaubwürdigkeit verloren, da sie sich nicht an selbst auferlegte Regeln gehalten hat. Um das Vertrauen wiederherzustellen, ist ein Legitimationsverfahren ähnlich dem Corporate-Governance-Kodex erforderlich. Einen solchen Verhaltenskodex könnte wie bei Unternehmen ein Compliance Officer überwachen.
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We argue that self-binding rules in the context of the stabilisation of the eurozone both monetary and fiscal are important for a successful long-term European economic policy. The present loss of reputation due to the breaking of fundamental rules such as the no-bailout clause generates high cost, especially with respect to raising money in the financial markets, because no institutional stability and political credibility exist. We propose to install a compliance system similar to what large enterprises have introduced. It would perfectly fit into the system of regulatory principles of the social market economy, but also focus on administrative and implementation issues.
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