This article aims to identify the relationship between the phenomenon of home bias and the process of European integration. Despite the improvements in integration of European markets, their potential is not fully exploited. Countries consumption baskets and inwestment portfolios still contain a predominant share of domestically produced products and domestic assets and national-born workers working in national labour markets. This is commonly known as the phenomenon of home bias. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer.
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The Home Bias in the Process of European Integration