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A critical analysis of the legal dimension of European Union economic governance.
1. Analytical dialectics, rationality, trust; 2. Law as credibility: basic traits; 3. The eurozone: access, exit and expel - revisited; 4. The ECB and the European monetary policy; 5. The European framework of financial regulation and supervision: towards a banking union; 6. The stability and growth pact before the crisis; 7. The stability and growth pact under the crisis - and beyond; 8. European Union bail-outs (I): general aspects; 9. European Union bail-outs (II): bail-outs to member states and MOUS; 10. The European Union economic strategy.
Antonio Estella is Associate Professor of Administrative Law and holds a Jean Monnet Chair 'ad personam' of Law and European Economic Governance at the University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain). He was a Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law from 2006 to 2010. He completed his Ph.D. at the European University Institute, Florence (1997). He has a Master's Degree in European Community Law from the Universite libre de Bruxelles, Belgium (1992) and graduated in Law at the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain, in 1991. Estella has been a Visiting Fellow at University of California, Berkeley (1999), at Princeton University (2012) and at the University of Oxford (Institute of European and Comparative Law, 2014-15). He was elected Senior Member of St Antony's College, University of Oxford in June 2014.