European payment systems and monetary union
We make a comparative study of payment systems for E.U. fifteen countries for the 1996-2002 period. Special attention is paid to the introduction of the new European single currency. The overall trend in payments is for a move from cash to non-cash payment instruments, although electronic instruments are not widely used yet. We find a significant impact from the introduction of the new banknotes and coins on card use.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2004)
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