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Financial Asymmetries, National Divergences and Macroeconomic Policy in a Monetary Union


  • Cristina Badarau
  • Grégory Levieuge


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  • Cristina Badarau & Grégory Levieuge, 2011. "Financial Asymmetries, National Divergences and Macroeconomic Policy in a Monetary Union," Chapters in SUERF Studies, SUERF - The European Money and Finance Forum.
  • Handle: RePEc:erf:erfssc:65-6

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