Eurozone: A victim of political economy

This policy brief is published jointly with EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in Prague, as part of their EU Monitors series. The paper examines the Eurozone legacy issues and reform attempts over the last decade. It analyses the current state of affairs and newest developments when it comes to Eurozone architecture. The paper also includes concrete suggestions for improvements and measures for boosting growth, such as changes in fiscal policy and a focus on opportunities arising from EU’s decarbonisation efforts.