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La zone euro en crise : introduction

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  • Catherine Mathieu

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  • Henri Sterdyniak

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Le 8 juin 2012, s'est tenue à Kiel la 9e Conférence EUROFRAME1 sur les questions de politique économique de l'Union européenne. Son sujet était : " La zone euro en crise : quelles perspectives pour la politique monétaire et les politiques budgétaires ? ". Le présent numéro de la collection " Débats et Politiques " de la Revue de l'OFCE regroupe douze des communications présentées (...).

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  • Catherine Mathieu & Henri Sterdyniak, 2013. "La zone euro en crise : introduction," Post-Print hal-01024784, HAL.
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