One Market, One Money: An Evaluation of the Potential Benefits and Costs of Forming an Economic and Monetary Union
AbstractThis first volume of two on European Monetary Union (EMU) is based on the work, and gives the view, of the Commission of the European Communities. It provides a general introduction to the issues. The EMU project is outlined and its benefits and costs examined, including the implications for public finances and the impact on the international system. The author also looks at transitional issues in general, at national perspectives, transaction costs, and macroeconomic model simulations.
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