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Empirical Evidence of Capital Mobility in the EU New Member States

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Capital Markets Union: Opportunities and Impact on the European Financial Market

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The role of the Capital Markets Union: towards regulatory harmonisation and supervisory convergence

References · Anderson Niki, Brooke Martin, Hume Michael and Kürtösiová Miriam, 2015, ‘A European Capital Markets Union: implications for growth and stability’, Financial Stability Paper, XXXIII, Bank of England: 1-24. · Brummer Chris, 2008, ‘Corporate Law Preemption in age of global capital markets’, Southern California Law Review, LXXXI: 1067-1114 · Constâncio Vítor, 2016, ‘Risk Sharing and Macroprudential Policy in an Ambitious Capital Markets Union’, Speech by the Vice-President of the ECB, available at

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Comparative Models of Capitalism in the Areas of Financial System and Corporate Governance – the Diversity of Capitalism Approach Perspective

Committee of the Regions Action Plan on Building a Capital Markets Union , 30 September 2015, Brussels, available at: EC (2015 b), Action Plan on Building a Capital Markets Union , available at: , accessed: June, 2016. EC (2015 c), GREEN PAPER Building a Capital Markets Union , available at:

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Crowdfunding as a Form of Funding for Businesses in the Culturally-Changing Global Economy: A Literature Review

:// . Accessed: 20 January 2018. European Commission (2016). Crowdfunding in the EU Capital Market Union. Commission Staff Working Document . SWD (2016) 154. Accessed: 20 January 2018. European Commission (2017). Assessing the potential for crowdfunding and other forms of alternative finance to support research and innovation. https://publications . 71a1. Accessed: 20 January 2018. European

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Conventional Direction to Unconventional Measures: Using Quantitative Easing to shape Eurozone Fiscal Capacity

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How do we study crowdfunding? An overview of methods and introduction to new research agenda

.06.2017). Dushnitsky, G., Guerini, M., Piva, E. and Rossi-Lamastra, C. (2016). Crowdfunding in Europe: Determinants of Platform Creation across Countries. California Management Review, 58 (2): 44–71. European Commission (2016). Commission staff working document – Report on Crowdfunding in the EU Capital Markets Union. Brussels: European Commission. Obtained from: (05.02.2017). Fleming, L. and Sorenson, O. (2016). Financing by and for the Masses

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Fiscal federalism and a separate budget for the euro area

implementation of some of its elements, such as the banking union or the capital markets union, is well advanced, while the others are only at the initial stage, and the chances are small that they will be established in the foreseeable future. This is due to the relatively diverse priorities implemented so far by individual countries, as well as the awareness that in each of these areas, apart from transferring significant national competences to the Eurozone level, it would also be necessary to transfer significant budgetary resources. Supporters of the fiscal union

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