Croatian monetary strategy in the conditions of globalization
AbstractThe author starts from the assumption that Croatia will access the European Union. Following assumption, he analyzes the possible scenarios of Croatian strategy based on the achievements the country’ s monetary policy, on the degree of acceptance of the convergence criteria and on exceptionally rich and miscellaneous Croatian monetary heritage. The author also emphasizes inaugurates solutions which are most effective for Croatia, winning recognition for the Croatian contribution to this global process.
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Date of creation: 2005
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money; monetary policy; Euro; globalization; information systems;
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