PISM Policy Paper no. 22 (124): A Post-Crisis Eurozone: Still an Attractive Offer for Central Europe
10 JUL 2015 Policy Paper
The next issue of PISM Policy Papers by Patryk ToporowskiThe economic crisis led the eurozone to become a more deeply integrated area. The redesign of its institutional architecture significantly changes the perception of the costs and benefits of the membership of the zone. In this regard, the Central and Eastern European countries (CEE) are reassessing the effects of eurozone accession, by reviewing the set of arguments for and against further integration. The overall result of this review is still in favour of further integration, but successful accession requires comprehensive preparations from the candidates.PISM Policy Paper no 22 (124)

The next issue of PISM Policy Papers by Patryk Toporowski 


The economic crisis led the eurozone to become a more deeply integrated area. The redesign of its institutional architecture significantly changes the perception of the costs and benefits of the membership of the zone. In this regard, the Central and Eastern European countries (CEE) are reassessing the effects of eurozone accession, by reviewing the set of arguments for and against further integration. The overall result of this review is still in favour of further integration, but successful accession requires comprehensive preparations from the candidates.