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Hétérogénéité de la zone euro et politique monétaire

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  • Alexandra Flayols

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    (USTV UFR SEG - Université Sud-Toulon-Var - UFR Sciences économiques et de gestion - Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche Scientifique)

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    Le passage à l'Union économique et monétaire dans la mesure où chaque pays demeure souverain n'a pas d'équivalent dans l'histoire. La banque centrale européenne a donc dû mettre en place une coopération efficace avec les banques centrales nationales dans un contexte institutionnel et économique nouveau. La convergence des pays membres ne doit ainsi pas être le seul fait d'un instant donné, mais doit être durable pour garantir la pérennité de la zone euro. Nous nous sommes interrogés sur l'hétérogénéité à laquelle doit faire face la banque centrale européenne et si celle-ci remet en cause l'efficacité de la politique monétaire unique. Suite à ce questionnement, nous avons tenté de déterminer si certains pays membres tirent un plus grand avantage de la politique telle qu'elle est menée par la banque centrale européenne.

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    Keywords: politique monétaire; hétérogénéité; zone euro; BCE; inflation; croissance; chômage; NAIRU; Phillips; finances publiques;

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