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Abraham Osa Ehiorobo

References Adebayo, R. I. (2010). Ethno-Religious Crisis and Challenges of Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 12(4), 213-225. Retrieved from Asaolu, T. (2015). Privatization in Nigeria: Regulation, deregulation, corruption and the way forward. The Nation, Nov. 8. Retrieved from http

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Giuseppe Capuano


The provided economic analysis and the economic policy proposed in this article are the natural verifications and continuations of a research that was started with the author’s described theory in Single Currency, Economic Development and Local Economies. A Critical Analysis of the Economic Policy of the Euro (1998). He emphasized the presence of important critical factors on the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) which, if not solved, would undermine its existence; however, the importance of EMU’s policy was not questioned. This article offers a sustainability strategy of the Euro, called a “push investment approach,” which provides complementary public and private investment, strengthens the euro area governance and gradually eliminates the Maastricht criteria. Furthermore, the policy makes the Euro sustainable for all the acceding countries, constitutes development as well as the competitive factor and it is not critical to enterprises.

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Mara del Baldo and Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli

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Tatiana Covalschi and Sebastian Lazăr

References Afonso, A., and Rault, C., 2015. Multi-step analysis of public finances sustainability. Economic Modelling, 48, 199-209. DOI: Altăr, M., Albu, L. L., Necula, C., and Bobeică, G., 2009. Public finances: Introduction of a medium term fiscal-budgetary framework. Strategy and policy studies, no.1. Bucharest: European Institute of Romania. Altăr, M., Necula, C., Dumitriu, I., and Bobeică, G., 2011. European Semester: Ensuring sustainable economic growth

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Kateryna Berezka and Olha Kovalchuk

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Thorsten Litfin, Gunther Meeh-Bunse, Katja Luer and Özlem Teckert

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Ricardo Ferraz

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Massimo Angrisani and Cinzia di Palo

References [1] M. ANGRISANI. Funded and unfunded systems: two ends of the same stick. 28th International Congress of Actuaries PARIS: ICA , 2006. [2] M. ANGRISANI. The logical sustainability of the pension system. Pure Mathemathics and Applications , 19:67–81, 2008. [3] M. ANGRISANI, A. ATTIAS, S. BIANCHI, and Z. VARGA. Sustainability of a pay-as-you-go pension system by dynamic immigration control. Applied Mathematics and Computation , 219(5):2442–2452, 2012. [4] M. ANGRISANI and C. DI PALO. An extension of aaron’s sustainable rate of

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Massimo Angrisani, Giovanni di Nella, Cinzia di Palo and Augusto Pianese

References [1] J. F. Jimeno, J. A. Rojas, S. Puente, Modelling the impact of aging on social security expenditures, Economic Modelling 25 (2) (2008) 201–224. [2] D. A. Robalino, A. Bodor, On the financial sustainability of earnings-related pension schemes with ‘pay-as-you-go’ financing and the role of government-indexed bonds, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 8 (02) (2009) 153–187. [3] H. Wang, B. Koo, C. O’Hare, Retirement planning in the light of changing demographics, Economic Modelling 52 (2016) 749–763. [4] A. J. Auerbach, R

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Melita Moretti and Mirko Markič

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