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|Title:||Students’ cross-perception of the economic crises in the European Union and in Southeast Asia||Authors:||Blizkovsky, Petr||Keywords:||DRNTU::Science::General::Government policies||Issue Date:||2012||Source:||Blizkovsky, P. (2012). Students’ cross-perception of the economic crises in the European Union and in Southeast Asia (EUC Working Paper, No. 11). Singapore: EU Centre.||Series/Report no.:||EUC working paper, No. 11-12||Abstract:||The financial crisis of 1997-1998 in Southeast Asia and the European Union’s financial crisis of 2008 followed by the sovereign debt crisis represented major policy events in the regions and beyond. The crises triggered policy adjustments with implications on economic and other policies. This paper aims at evaluating the perception of university students in the European Union (EU) and Southeast Asia on the management of these crises. It strives to confirm several ex ante assumptions about the relationship between students’ background, their policy orientation and their knowledge of the European Union and ASEAN policies. It also provides an analysis of the students’ evaluation of the geopolitical importance of the global regions and the EU and ASEAN policies. The paper is based on opinion surveys conducted during the first part of 2012 at four universities, two in the EU and two in ASEAN countries. In the eyes of EU and ASEAN students, the EU crisis is not being managed appropriately. The citizens of the EU surveyed were even significantly more critical of the EU’s anti-crisis measures than any other surveyed group. Their ASEAN counterparts were generally more positive in their evaluations.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/103876
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