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master's thesis
Ekonomska i monetarna unija Europske unije

Snježana Špoljar (2015)
Sveučilište Sjever
Sveučilišni centar Varaždin
Odjel za poslovnu ekonomiju
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TitleEkonomska i monetarna unija Europske unije
AuthorSnježana Špoljar
Mentor(s)Petar Kurečić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Ekonomska i monetarna unija Europske unije je dio procesa ekonomske integracije. Nezavisne države mogu povezati svoja gospodarstva. Europska središnja banka kao monetarna vlast Ekonomske i monetarne unije provodi zajedničku monetarnu politiku zemalja članica, nadzire količinu novca u optjecaju, upravlja tečajem eura, bori se za funkcioniranje platnog sustava te zajedno sa središnjim bankama država članica drži i upravlja službenim deviznim pričuvama. Europska središnja banka ima osnovni cilj, a to je održavanje cjenovne stabilnost, na taj način ona pokušava doprinijeti postizanju ekonomskih ciljeva, a to su oni koji su značajniji za sve zemlje i njihove građane: bolji standardi življenja, veće razine ekonomske aktivnosti, a samim time i veća zaposlenost. Nezaposlenost mladih rastući je problem s dugoročnim posljedicama za pojedince, zajednice, gospodarstva i društva. U zadnjem desetljeću je prijelaz mladih iz škole na posao postao duži, složeniji i turbulentniji. Kao što je poznato, najslabija karika u eurozoni bila je Grčka. U prvim mjesecima 2010. došlo je do intenzivnog spekulacijskog trgovanja protiv grčkih državnih obveznica. Investitori su počeli kupovati zamjene za kreditni rizik i time dizati njihovu kotaciju, a to je onda iščitano kao dokaz povećanog rizika tih obveznica i rezultiralo je porastom kamata.
KeywordsMonetary Union European Central Bank unemployment crisis Economic policy
Committee MembersAnica Hunjet (committee chairperson)
Goran Kozina (committee member)
Petar Kurečić (committee member)
GranterSveučilište Sjever
Lower level organizational unitsSveučilišni centar Varaždin
Odjel za poslovnu ekonomiju
PlaceKoprivnica
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Economics
International Economics
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeBusiness Economics; specializations in: Tourism and International Trade
Study specializationTourism and International Trade
Academic title abbreviationmag. oec.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-04-17
Parallel abstract (English)
Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union is part of the process of economic integration. Independent states can connect their economies. European Central Bank as the monetary authority oft he Economic and Monetary Union implement a common monetary policy in the member countries, monitors the amount of money in circulation, the euro exchange rate controls, is responsible for the functioning oft he payment system and the central banks of the Member States hold and manage the official foreignreserves. The European Central Bank has a primary objective, which is to maintain price stability, so she tries to achievement of economic goals, and that they are relevant to all countries and their citizens: higher living standards, higher levels of economic activity, and thus and higher employment. Youth unemployment is a growing problem with long term consequences for individuals, communities, the economy and society. In the last decade the transition of young people from school to work has become longer, more complex and more turbulent . As is known, the weakest link in the eurozone was Greece. In the first months of 2010 there was intense speculative trading against Greek government bonds . Investors have started to buy replacements for credit risk and thereby lift their quotation, which is then read out as evidence of an increased risk of these bonds and resulted in an increase in interest rates.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Monetarna unija Europska središnja banka nezaposlenost kriza ekonomska politika
Resource typetext
Access conditionNo public access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:122:501227
CommitterJasna Kosić