European Economic Integration: Limits and Prospects

By Miroslav N. Jovanovic; Alexis Jacquemin | Go to book overview

TABLES
2.1 Composition of the ECU (%) 58
3.1 Systems and rates of corporate taxes in EU countries in 1996 77
3.2 VAT rates in EU countries in 1996 84
3.3 Excise duty rates in EU countries in 1992 86
3.4 The 1994 budget expenditure (ECUs millions) 91
3.5 The financing of the 1994 budget (ECUs millions) 92
3.6 The financing of the 1994 budget: relative contribution of each country (%) 94
3.7 Payments made in 1994: by sector and by member state (ECUs millions) 94
4.1 Budgetary expenditure on and charges under the Common Agricultural Policy, 1991-1995 108
4.2 EAGGF Guarantee expenditure by select product, 1994 and 1995 109
4.3 Producer subsidy equivalents and transfers to the farm sector in select OECD countries in 1994 110
4.4 Shares of individual products in final agricultural production in 1993 (%) 112
4.5 Shares of individual products in final agricultural production in 1992 (%) 114
4.6 Self-sufficiency in select agricultural products (%) 115
4.7 Number and area of holdings in the EU in 1980, 1987 and 1989 118
4.8 Principal customer countries for agricultural and food exports of the EU(12), 1991-1993 (ECUs millions) 121
4.9 Principal supplier countries for agricultural and food imports of the EU(12), 1991-1993 (ECUs millions) 122
5.1 Intra-industry trade in major OECD countries: share in total trade (%) 146
5.2 Mergers and majority acquisitions, 1987-1993 153
5.3 Mergers and majority acquisitions by major economic activities in the EU, 1987-1993 153
5.4 Overall state aid in member states, 1990-1992 and 1988-1990 161
5.5 State aid to the manufacturing sector: annual averages, 1990-1992 and 1988-1990 162
5.6 State aid to the manufacturing sector, 1990-1992: according to type 162
5.7 State aid to the manufacturing sector, 1990-1992: according to sector and function 163

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Tables ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiv
  • Acknowledgements xviii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • 1 - The Origin of the European Union 1
  • 2 - Monetary Policy 42
  • 3 - Fiscal Policy and the Budget 71
  • 4 - Common Agricultural Policy 98
  • 5 - Competition Policy 130
  • 6 - Industrial Policy in Manufacturing and Services 168
  • 7 - Trade Policy 215
  • 8 - Regional Policy 287
  • 9 - Capital Mobility 309
  • 10 - Labour Mobility 333
  • 11 - Social Policy 342
  • 12 - Environment Policy 353
  • 13 - Transport Policy 361
  • 14 - Conclusion 367
  • Bibliography 371
  • Index 382
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