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Monday, October 1, 2012

Different Unemployment Rates in E.U. States: Stretching Federalism Too Far?


For August 2012, the unemployment rate in the E.U. was 10.5 percent, which translates into 25 million Europeans without a job. In the U.S., the comparable rate was 8.1. These figures mask the huge inter-state differences in both unions, especially in the E.U. What impact do they have on the respective federal systems?                                  
                                                               E.U. Unemployment Rate.    Google


The complete essay is at Essays on Two Federal Empires.