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High unemployment in a number of member countries, the need for substantial consolidation of the budgets of numerous governments, and distressed banks are symptoms of economic misalignments and economic policy failure that threaten not only economic prosperity in Europe, but the European project as a whole.
A series of interrelated fiscal and financial crises in the euro area have provoked a series of extraordinary policy measures. Some of these measures have undermined the fiscal sovereignty of affected countries, and they have circumvented market mechanisms. As social cohesion is called into question in various debtor countries, there is a danger that policy makers cannot or will not solve the existing problems in a way consistent with both monetary stability and the current political integration.
In the absence of a comprehensive European financial policy regime, the Eurosystem s ability to maintain both price stability and financial stability is threatening to become undermined see Box 1.
Possible outcomes include the chaotic dissolution of the EMU, with unpredictable economic and social consequences. The purpose of this Policy Brief is to outline a set of mechanisms to ensure economic, financial, social and political stability.
Economic policy to bridge short- and long-term considerations It is important to both set the stage for an economic order that will ensure long-run economic sustainability together with short run support for countries in crisis.
Only when both are achieved simultaneously is there a chance to create a win-win situation for both creditor and debtor countries and thereby achieve broad-based agreement on how to overcome the crisis and establish a stable institutional framework for long-term prosperity.
This Policy Brief articulates the principles of such a program, encompassing the required combination of short-and long-term measures.
These principles may be summarized as follows: Responsibility for mistakes that have led to the current crisis lies with all EMU member countries, just as all member countries stand to benefit from swiftly overcoming the crisis.
A certain degree of temporary redistribution among countries is in the interests of all parties involved, provided that policymakers are able to build an institutional framework ensuring sustainable policies in the future. Therefore we aim for an economic system that becomes more resistant to crises by establishing credible rules, designed primarily to achieve financial market stability and fiscal responsibility.
The integration of temporary and permanent measures is a distinctive feature of our policy package. In particular, our design reflects the fact that the effects of some instruments need time to unfold and that some temporary measures would not be appropriate for the long term.
In specifying our short-term policy proposals, we require policymakers always to keep their long-term objectives in mind.
Stopgap measures to contain the crisis can therefore only be taken if they are consistent with the aspired long-term solution. Integrated solutions and a clear delegation of authority The root causes of the European crisis can only be tackled by instruments of fiscal policy, financial market regulation policy and structural policies, since these are the areas where the crisis originated.
Monetary policy should not be left with the challenge to tackle problems that are fundamentally non-monetary in nature. When appropriate measures in the other policy fields are taken, monetary policy can refocus on its original target, namely, to ensure price stability.
The relevant policy areas, underlying problems, and corresponding solution proposals are summarized in the following table: For several countries public debt is at a level where debt sustainability is called into question.
European commercial banking markets are becoming increasingly segmented along national lines, and financial market stability is threatened by the too big to fail problem. The European Central Bank's potential conflict of objectives concerning monetary stability and financial market stability, along with massive balance of payments financing through the Eurosystem.
Unsustainable capital accumulation in particular sectors distorted production structure. Supply side rigidities impeding necessary structural adjustment. Chronically high unemployment rates, especially among younger workers.Consolidiation and Its Impact on Assets Quality CONSOLIDATION AND ITS IMPACT ON ASSETS QUALITY ABSTRACT The process of globalization and liberalization has strongly influenced the banking sector.
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