Financial turmoil has generated economic straits and political shifts in various countries. The responses to these challenges have differed between countries, as well as the political consequences.
In this publication, the policy responses of the Danish, Finnish and Swedish governments to the challenges of the euro crisis are studied. The authors touch on the different financial and political outlooks of the three countries prior to the crisis and discusses how the effects of the countries management of the crisis have affected their relation to the EU.
The publication is a part of the SIEPS research project The political system of the European Union.