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The European Community Monetary Union. Appraisal

  • M. A. G. van Meerhaeghe
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Abstract

The first part of this chapter deals successively with early monetary cooperation, the European Monetary System, and the monetary union established by the Maastricht Treaty. The second part gives an appraisal of the EC’s activity.

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Member State Monetary Policy Central Bank European Central Bank Monetary Union 
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