The objective of the Single European Act is to establish a European market without barriers, thereby enabling the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital. To achieve this end the European Commission has put forward some 300 directives to be implemented by 1 January 1993. The contributors to this volume offer a critical evaluation of the likely effects of these measures for Europe as a whole and for the UK economy, in particular.
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Table of Contents
Foreword; A.Jacquemin - Notes on Contributors - Introduction; G.McKenzie & A.J.Venables - 1992 and European Industrial Structure; P.Geroski - Non-Tariff Barriers; P.Holmes - International Trade and the Internal Market; A.J.Venables - Tax Harmonisation; A.Hamlin & A.Ulph - 1992 and the U.K. Labour Market; M.Chalkley - Towards a European Financial Area; P.Hardwick - Monetary Policy and the EMS; J.Driffill & P.Turner - The ECU and European Monetary Union; G.McKenzie - Index