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The new political economy of EMU

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Rowman & Littlefield , Lanham, Md
European Monetary System (Organization), Monetary unions -- European Union countries., European Union countries -- Economic conditions., European Union countries -- Economic po

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Statementedited by Jeffry Frieden, Daniel Gros, and Erik Jones.
ContributionsFrieden, Jeffry A., Gros, Daniel, 1955-, Jones, Erik.
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LC ClassificationsHG925 .N48 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 205 p. :
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Open LibraryOL363898M
ISBN 100847690180, 0847690199
LC Control Number98024158

This clear and balanced book brings together economists and political scientists to explain why the creation of a European monetary union is so contentious, how the debate has affected the political determination to construct a monetary The new political economy of EMU book, and how it will influence the functioning of EMU into the next : Jeffry Frieden.

From the Back Cover. This work examines the political economy of exchange-rate policies in the context of the eastward enlargement of the eurozone. The analysis shows that prospective members of the EMU are likely to pass on some of the incurred Maastricht costs of convergence to the current by: 1.

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This work examines the political economy of exchange-rate policies in the context of the eastward enlargement of the eurozone. The analysis shows that prospective members of the EMU are likely to pass on some of the incurred Maastricht costs of convergence to the current EMU-members.

The author examines new development strategies in the context of globalisation and the crisis of the Washington Consensus. Critiquing both protectionism and the free market he points to the influence and evolution of Keynesian ideas for the management and stabilisation of development in an era The Political Economy of ‘Maastricht EMU Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Taking an innovative comparative approach, George Pagoulatos examines the political economy of financial interventionism and liberalization, banking politics, relations between the government and central bank, the winners and losers of financial reform, the effects of globalization and EMU and the implications of the new economic role of the state.

Taking an innovative comparative approach, George Pagoulatos examines the political economy of financial interventionism and liberalization, banking politics, relations between the government and central bank, the winners and losers of financial reform, the effects of globalization and EMU and the implications of the new economic role of the state.

This book will be an indispensable reference work for anyone seeking to understand the Greek political economy. Finally, the focus turns to variations within the European Union and how to conceptualize the articulation ofglobal, European and national dynamics.

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Published online: 27 Apr This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Pagoulatos,George,– Greece’s new political economy:state,finance,and growth fromCited by: Taking an innovative comparative approach, George Pagoulatos examines the political economy of financial interventionism and liberalization, banking politics, relations between the government and central bank, the winners and losers of financial reform, the effects of globalization and EMU and the implications of the new economic role of the : George Pagoulatos.

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Examines the political economy of exchange-rate policies in the context of the eastward enlargement of the eurozone. This book also presents an analysis which shows that prospective members of the EMU are likely to pass on some of the incurred Maastricht costs of convergence to the EMU-members.

Exporting Assets: EMU and the Financial Drivers of European Macroeconomic Imbalances. New Political Economy: Vol. 23, Is the European Union capable of integrating diverse models of capitalism?, Guest Edited by: Alison Jonston and Aidan Regan, pp.

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