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Nine papers explore the complex challenges and pitfalls facing the banking sectors of the members of the European Monetary Union (EMU). Journal of Economic Literature.
Irene Finel-Honigman, H. Peter Gray. It presents contemporary and historical perspectives to guide an informed understanding of European banks, banking culture, and the role of the banking sector in the EMU's new financial and competitive environment.
Central banking, monetary regimes and monetary policy in international historical perspective In this project we study central banking and monetary policy, monetary theory, free banking, the role of different exchange rate regimes, and their impact on economic growth .
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These international monetary unions effectively dissolved in the financial turmoil of World War I. We thus concluded . We thus concluded that the future success of the EMU depended on the extent to which it is closer to a national than an international monetary union. I define a monetary union as one in which a common currency (high powered or outside money) and bank money (inside money) are accepted at par across the geographical area of the union. In the modern context it also refers to having a common monetary authority or central bank. According to Rockoff (2003), it took the United States close to 150 years to achieve a full-fledged monetary union.
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