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The euro at ten - lessons and challenges, 5th ECB Central Banking Conference, 13-14 November 2008

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  • Bartosz Mackowiak
    (European Central Bank)
  • Francesco Paolo Mongelli
    (European Central Bank)
  • Gilles Noblet
    (European Central Bank)
  • Frank Smets
    (European Central Bank)

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This volume contains a collection of papers, commentaries and speeches concerning the first decade of the euro and the recent global financial crisis.

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This book is provided by European Central Bank in its series Books with number cbc5 and published in 2010.

ISBN: 978-92-899-0376-9
Handle: RePEc:ecb:ecbook:cbc5

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