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The Economics of Monetary Integration

Paul De Grauwe

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ISBN 10: 019877348X / ISBN 13: 9780198773481
Published by Oxford University Press, USA, 1992
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Title: The Economics of Monetary Integration

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Publication Date: 1992

Book Condition:Very Good

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Is there a strong economic case for a nation to have separate currencies? Does a nation increase its welfare by abolishing its currency and adopting that of a wider area? Should that area be the European Community, all of Europe, or the whole world? This volume on monetary integration addresses these questions through an exploration of the economic costs and benefits of such a union in Europe. It includes an analysis of the European Monetary System and scrutinizes issues related to the transition to a full monetary system.

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Paul De Grauwe is Professor of Economics at the Centre for Economic Studies in Leuven. He has been a doctoral fellow at the Brookings Institution and a visiting professor at the universities of Paris, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

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