Economics of Monetary Union enables students to gain a firm understanding of the theories and policies relating to monetary unions. The author analyses the costs and benefits associated with having one currency, as well as the practical workings and current issues involved with the Euro.
Recent global events are addressed in this new edition and coverage of the credit crisis and its implications for the Eurozone has been added. Other changes include further discussion of the world's other monetary unions and more analysis of the increasing role of the Euro as an international currency. The regularity with which this text is updated (every two years) ensures that it is topical and current which is of great importance to those studying the Economics of Monetary Unions.
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Paul De Grauwe is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium.Review:
`Review from previous edition The book presents a wide range of policy-oriented theoretical material in a lucid and terse manner, and it is based on an impressively wide grasp of the literature.' Jacques Melitz, Economics Department, University of Strathclyde
`I found the textbook very well explained. I know that students like the book and find it easy to understand.' Dr Virginie Boinet, Department of Economics and Finance, Brunel University
`Both undergraduate and graduate students find it accessible and friendly to use.' George Chouliarakis, Department of Economics, University of Essex
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