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The international monetary system is changing- what opportunities and risks for the euro?

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  • Ignazio Angeloni
  • André Sapir

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After a thirty-year pause, discussions on the future of the international monetary system (IMS) have restarted. This is partly due to the fact that the IMS has facilitated, or at least not prevented, the economic and financial imbalances that led to the recent crisis.This paper argues that the international position of the US dollar is likely to erode in the coming years, though the speed of the process is uncertain....

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  • Ignazio Angeloni & André Sapir, 2011. "The international monetary system is changing- what opportunities and risks for the euro?," Working Papers 632, Bruegel.
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