The Estonian Currency Board; Its Introduction and Role in the Early Success of Estonia's Transition to a Market Economy
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KeywordsEstonia; currency reform; exchange arrangements; currency board; transition to market economy; exchange rate; monetary policy; foreign exchange; central bank; Studies of Particular Policy Episodes;
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