Intégration monétaire et géométrie variable
Abstract[fre] Cet article examine d'abord quels sont, du point de vue des pays, les critÃ¨res de participation Ã l'union monÃ©taire. Deux catÃ©gories de critÃ¨res sont retenus : les premiers, structurels, sont dÃ©rivÃ©s de la thÃ©orie des zones monÃ©taires optimales. Les seconds, des prioritÃ©s actuelles de politique Ã©conomique. La seconde partie de l'article porte sur l'organisation des relations monÃ©taires entre les Â« Ã©lus Â» et les Â« exclus Â». Elle soutient l'idÃ©e que les objectifs de prÃ©servation du MarchÃ© uniÂque et de convergence vers l'union monÃ©taire sont logiquement distincts. Elle exaÂmine diffÃ©rentes modalitÃ©s possibles d'organisation de ces relations. [eng] This paper first examines the criteria for membership in Monetary Union that are relevant from the point of view of participating countries. Two types of criterias are dicussed : structural criteria derived from the theory of optimum currency area ; and policy priority criteria. The second part of the paper is devoted to the issue of organising the relationship between the "ins" and the "outs". It is argued that preserving the Single Market and fostering convergence towards EMU are logically distinct objectives. Several possibilities for organising this relationship are examined.
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Volume (Year): n° 48 (1997)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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