Eastern Europe and the Euro Area

  • Antonin Rusek
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Abstract

The recent string of economic difficulties and financial collapses in Eastern Europe revived the interest in monetary and exchange rate arrangements as linchpins of reform efforts in the former communist economies. Given the geographical location, the advent of the European Monetary Union (EMU) is, indeed, the major factor determining the shape of this reform effort.

Keywords

European Union Euro Area Real Exchange Rate Transition Economy Exchange Rate Regime 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Antonin Rusek
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  1. 1.Susquehanna UniversityUSA

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