Britain and Canada and their large neighboring monetary unions, part I
HOWARTH, David; VERDUN, Amy; PADFIELD, Melissa; YOUNG, Patricia; WILLETT, Thomas D.; ARTIS, Michael J.; LAIDLER, David; SCHEMBRI, Lawrence; GRUBEL, Herbert; CROWLEY, Patrick M.
Current politics and economics of Europe, 2006, 17, 1, 1-170
HOWARTH, David, VERDUN, Amy, PADFIELD, Melissa, YOUNG, Patricia, WILLETT, Thomas D., ARTIS, Michael J., LAIDLER, David, SCHEMBRI, Lawrence, GRUBEL, Herbert, CROWLEY, Patrick M., Britain and Canada and their large neighboring monetary unions, part I, Current politics and economics of Europe, 2006, 17, 1, 1-170 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/17477
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Keyword(s): Monetary unions Area studies Dollar Economic and Monetary Union International monetary relations International monetary policy Monetary history Political economy Pound sterling Treasury Public opinion Regional economics Macroeconomic policy Central bank independence Stabilization policy Exchange rates Inflation Data analysis Optimum currency area Europe United Kingdom Canada U.S.A.
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