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Searching for a Euro reform consensus: The perspective from Central and Eastern Europe


  • Blesse, Sebastian
  • Havlik, Annika
  • Heinemann, Friedrich


This study explores the interests and positions of Central and Eastern European (CEE) Member States in the European Monetary Union (EMU) reform debate. Its starting point is the observation that this debate is largely dominated by contributions from the larger Western European coun-tries.

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  • Blesse, Sebastian & Havlik, Annika & Heinemann, Friedrich, 2019. "Searching for a Euro reform consensus: The perspective from Central and Eastern Europe," ZEW Expertises, ZEW - Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research, number 201191.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:zewexp:201191

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