A Strong Euro or a Weak Euro?
Using a simple macroeconomic two-country model, we analyze the possible structural reasons for which the European Central Bank might have a monetary policy different from the one pursued presently by the Bundesbank (implying a weaker or a stroger parity for the european currencies vis-a-vis the rest of the world).
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