Antonin Rusek (1949) is currently the Associate Professor of Economics at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA, USA. He specialized in the International economics, with emphasis on the European economies. He often presents results his research at the international conferences both in Europe and in USA - lately (2016) at the International Atlantic Economic Society (IAES) in Lisbon, Portugal and the Eurasia Business and Economic Society (EBES) in Istanbul, Turkey. He is the author of numerous papers on a variety of economic subjects, published in Europe, USA and China. He is the co-editor of several books dealing with the European Union and the Eurozone’s subjects. His latest work addresses the issues of the Capital Markets Union and the problems of the Eurozone’s performance, with emphasis on the processes of the North – South dynamics. Latest publications are: Rusek, A. (2015). Capital Markets Union: the Key to European Future. Atlantic Economic Journal, 43(4), pp. 517-518; Rusek, A. (2015). The Eurozone's Future: Is There a Difference Between "North" and "South"? Modern Economy(6), pp 1043-1050; Rusek, A. (2015). Competitiveness and Unemployment in the Eurozone. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 7(4), pp 99-104.