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Economic Consequences of EMU for Britain

  • Jonathan Michie
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Abstract

This chapter is structured as follows: following the introductory section, Section 2.2 considers the experience of the ERM. Section 2.3 then analyses the Maastricht treaty while Section 2.4 sets out the economics of a single currency. The EU’s policies for jobs are discussed in Section 2.5 and Section 2.6 concludes.

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