Kersan-Škabić, Ines; Tijanić, Lela
January 2009
Challenges of Europe: Financial Crisis & Climate Change: Eighth ;2009, p113
Conference Proceeding
Book Chapter
A part of "Conference Proceedings: 2009 International Conference Enterprise in Transition: Challenges of Europe: Financial Crisis and Climate Change" is presented. It discusses the emerging idea of the integration of Iceland and Croatia with the European Union (EU) amidst the emerging global economic crisis. It also examines the positive and negative implications of the possible EU membership and the EU's motives for persuading the two countries to become members.


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