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The European Banking Union: its Impact on the EU and its Member States, and on Accountability Standards

Project description

A multilevel perspective on the European Banking Union’s impact

In 2013, the EU created the European Banking Union (EBU) to ensure stability in the EU banking sector. This move was part of the EU’s institutional response to the deepening of the financial crisis in 2012. Nearly a decade later, the EU-funded IMPACTEBU project will study the multidimensional impact the EBU has had on both the EU and its Member States. To shed light on this under-researched topic, it will explore the EBU’s impact on the institutional balance in EU Member States Germany, France and Italy. The project will also study the EBU’s effect on the EU’s institutional framework, particularly for the European Central Bank and for agencies and bodies such as the European Banking Authority. An assessment of whether accountability is guaranteed will also be carried out.


Net EU contribution
€ 184 707,84
Rue Saint Guillaume 27
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Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Other funding
€ 0,00