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L'union économique et monétaire et la réglementation du système financier


  • Pierre-André Chiappori
  • Denis Chemillier-Gendreau


[fre] La plupart des commentaires du traité de Maastricht portent sur les aspects macro-économiques. Pour être moins souvent cités, les aspects réglementaires et prudentiels n'en sont pas moins essentiels. L'union monétaire va en effet introduire une interdépendance des systèmes de paiements, qui se traduira par une globalisation du risque et l'apparition d'effets externes. Dans ce contexte, les différentes réglementations nationales prennent un caractère de bien public au niveau européen, avec des conséquences importantes sur l'efficacité des mécanismes de coordination. Ce sont ces aspects que l'article discute en détail. [eng] The discussion on Maastricht treaty has largely focused upon macroeconomic problems. Regulatory and prudential issues are however equally crucial. Monetary union will lead to a globalization of systemic risk at the European level. National regulation will then become a public good, which raises the problem of decentralized provision and coordination of national authorities. These points are discussed in detail in the paper.

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  • Pierre-André Chiappori & Denis Chemillier-Gendreau, 1993. "L'union économique et monétaire et la réglementation du système financier," Revue Française d'Économie, Programme National Persée, vol. 8(1), pages 3-25.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:rfreco:rfeco_0769-0479_1993_num_8_1_921
    Note: DOI:10.3406/rfeco.1993.921

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