3 edition of political economy of European monetary unification found in the catalog.
political economy of European monetary unification
Barry J. Eichengreen
by Center for German and European Studies, University of California in Berkeley, CA
Written in English
|Statement||by Barry Eichengreen and Jeffry Frieden.|
|Series||Working paper / Center for German and European Studies ;, 1.12, Working paper (University of California, Berkeley. Center for German and European Studies) ;, 1.12.|
|Contributions||Frieden, Jeffry A.|
|LC Classifications||HG930.5 .E433 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||93209953|
Barry Eichengreen has over the past decade raised the standard of thedebate on Europe's monetary unification in a number of articles collectedin this volume. He combines the skills of an econometrician with theaccurate analysis and critical judgement of political decision process byan economic historian. Although German unification has had a profound impact on European integration and development, very few studies of the East German economy exist. Specialists in economics and politics examine issues such as privatisation and monetary reform.
The political-economy trilemma, introduced by Dani Rodrik (), asserts that the three policy goals of national sovereignty, democracy, and globalisation, cannot all be achieved to the full extent simultaneously. This column investigates this trilemma by developing indexes that measure the extent of attainment of the three factors during Since the early s, Europe's economies have been facing several new challenges: the single market programme, the collapse of the Berlin wall and eastward enlargement, and monetary unification. Building on the influential Varieties of Capitalism (VoC) perspective, this book critically analyses these developments in the European political economy and their effects on the continental.
E UROPEAN MONETARY UNIFICATION (EMU) is a process for which there exists no historical precedent.' There are cases where separate political entities formed a political union before adopting a common currency and a single central bank; Italy following unification in is an example.2 There are cases like the Latin Monetary Union of the s. Author of International Political Economy, Banking on the world, Global Capitalism, The currency game, International political economy, Joining Europe's monetary club, Debt, development, and democracy, International political economy.
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The Political Economy Of European Monetary Unification (Political Economy of Global Interdependence) - Kindle edition by Eichengreen, Barry. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or cturer: Routledge. The Political Economy of European Monetary Unification is a collection of essays produced by a study group on the political economy of European integration, convened by the editors on behalf of the Center for German and.
Book Description The first edition of this book was published inas the future of monetary unification in Europe was very much in doubt. With Economic and Monetary Union now in place, it is appropriate to bring the scholarship on the topic up to date for the students of international political economics.
The book integrates political and economic analysis of Europe's Economic and Monetary Union in a format accessible to advanced undergraduates and graduate students.
Feldstein (, ) invokes Friedman's () classic case for flexible exchange rates to argue that the single currency of the European Monetary Union will hinder adjustments that might have occurred through real exchange rate movements under a more flexible exchange rate : Charles Engel.
The political economy of European monetary unification. The book integrates political and economic analysis of Europe's Economic and Monetary Union in a format accessible to advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The first edition of this book was published inas the future of monetary unification in Europe was very much in : Barry Eichengreen.
The tenth edition of Economics of Monetary Union provides a concise analysis of the theories and policies relating to monetary union. Paul De Grauwe analyses both the costs and benefits associated with exiting the eurozone, as well as presenting a discussion of the banking union, the current issues surrounding the TARGET2 payment system, and the role of the European Central Bank.
Eichengreen, B and Frieden, J () The political economy of European monetary unification: an analytical introduction. Economics and Politics 5 (2), 85 – Fabbrini, F () States’ equality v states’ power: the euro-crisis, inter-state relations and the paradox of domination.
In this book, a distinguished group of economists and political scientists cover the central political and economic issues facing European monetary unification. Although the chapters are inspired by current developments and will prove essential to Europeanists, they also seek to derive general analytical and theoretical conclusions valuable to.
"Beyond EMU: The Problem of Sustainability," in Barry Eichengreen and Jeffry A. Frieden (eds.), The Political Economy of European Monetary Unification (Boulder: Westview Press, ). [This essay was first published as part of a special issue of Economics and Politics, Vol.
5, No. 2 (July ).]. The first edition of this book was published inas the future of monetary unification in Europe was very much in doubt. With Economic and Monetary Union now in place, it is appropriate to bring the scholarship on the topic up to date for the students of international political : $ First, European monetary integration has been part of the broader process of economic and financial integration.
Second, European integration is a political process. The importance of the political origins, motivations and consequences of European integration cannot be overemphasised. Third, economic, financial and monetary integration has evolved.
Downloadable. European monetary unification (EMU) ‐ the creation of a single European currency and a European Central Bank ‐ is both an economic and a political phenomenon. Yet few studies have attempted to address simultaneously the political and economic dimensions of the process.
In this introduction, we review and extend the relevant literatures. The Political Economy of European Monetary Unification, Jeffry Frieden and Barry Eichengreen, eds., Westview Press, Modern Political Economy and Latin America: Theory and Policy, Jeffry Frieden, Manuel Pastor, Jr. and Michael Tomz, eds., Westview Press, Book Review.
Michele Chang () Monetary Integration in the European Union. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Nikos Koutsiaras University of Athens. Monetary unification has been the most fascinating aspect of European integration, both in view of its huge consequences for the political economy and the social landscape of.
In book: The Political Economy of European Monetary Unification, Edition: 1st, Publisher: Westview Press, Editors: Barry Eichengreen and Jeffry Frieden Cite this publication John T. Woolley. The Political Economy of Monetary Union book.
Towards the Euro. The Political Economy of Monetary Union. DOI link for The Political Economy of Monetary Union. The Political Economy of Monetary Union book. Towards the Euro. By Francesco Giordano, Sharda Persaud.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published The Political Economy of the European Economic and Monetary Union: Political Sources of an Economic Liability Martin Feldstein. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Finance and Macroeconomics, International Trade and Investment, Public Economics.
The political economy of European monetary unification: An analytical introduction. In The political economy of European monetary unification (pp. Routledge. The Political Economy of European Monetary Unification, by B. Eichengreen and J. Frieden." American Political Science Review The Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) is an umbrella term for the group of policies aimed at converging the economies of member states of the European Union at three stages.
The policies cover the 19 eurozone states, as well as non-euro European Union states. Each stage of the EMU consists of progressively closer economic integration.
Only once a state participates in the third stage it is.The Political Economy of Monetary Union presents an important collection of the most influential articles covering different areas in this expanding field.
The volume brings together both the classical articles which have laid the foundations for the theory of optimum currency and the .