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.
Title: Britain and Canada and their large neighboring monetary unions, part I
Author: HOWARTH, David; VERDUN, Amy; PADFIELD, Melissa; YOUNG, Patricia; WILLETT, Thomas D.; ARTIS, Michael J.; LAIDLER, David; SCHEMBRI, Lawrence; GRUBEL, Herbert; CROWLEY, Patrick M.
Citation: Current politics and economics of Europe, 2006, 17, 1, 1-170
Subject: 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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