Ricerche giuridiche
6 | 1 | 2017

Ricerche giuridiche
6 | 1 | 2017

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Ricerche giuridiche | 6 | 1 | 2017

Il futuro dell’Europa
Integrazione differenziata e ortodossia neoliberale

Alessandro Somma
Professore ordinario di Diritto Comparato nell’Università di Ferrara, Italia
alessandro.somma@unife.it

DOI 10.30687/Rg/2281-6100/2018/01/003

Submitted 13 Dec 2017
Accepted 01 Feb 2018

Abstract

While Europe is celebrating its 60th birthday, the Commission has started a debate on the future of the Union, which includes a reflection on the feasibility of flexible integration. For many the latter solution will benefit countries in trouble with the respect of the so-called Maastricht criteria as the backbone of the European Monetary Union. The author shows that, on the contrary, flexible integration aims at strengthening the supremacy of Germany as the center of the Eu and the submission of the countries representing its periphery: above all southern Europe, with its constitutionalism traditionally based on economic democracy.   All this prevent from questioning the neoliberal inspiration of the Eu, wich therefore needs to be challenged by enhancing democratic social conflict at national level. The author suggests that this is the only way to promote a social value based fiscal policy and to derive from it a monetary policy in line with the purpose of promoting a Europe of rights.

Keywords
Unione Europea. Integrazione differenziata. Unione economico monetaria. Diritti sociali.

Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 

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Somma Alessandro

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Il futuro dell’Europa

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Journal Article

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it

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http://doi.org/10.14277/2281-6100/2018/001/03

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While Europe is celebrating its 60th birthday, the Commission has started a debate on the future of the Union, which includes a reflection on the feasibility of flexible integration. For many the latter solution will benefit countries in trouble with the respect of the so-called Maastricht criteria as the backbone of the European Monetary Union. The author shows that, on the contrary, flexible integration aims at strengthening the supremacy of Germany as the center of the Eu and the submission of the countries representing its periphery: above all southern Europe, with its constitutionalism traditionally based on economic democracy.   All this prevent from questioning the neoliberal inspiration of the Eu, wich therefore needs to be challenged by enhancing democratic social conflict at national level. The author suggests that this is the only way to promote a social value based fiscal policy and to derive from it a monetary policy in line with the purpose of promoting a Europe of rights.

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Ricerche giuridiche

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Vol. 6 | Num. 1 | Giugno 2017

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-07-31

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2017-12-13

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2018-02-01

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2281-6100

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Unione Europea

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Integrazione differenziata

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Unione economico monetaria

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Diritti sociali

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