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Europe’s Position in a Changing World Economy

  • Christian Watrin

Abstract

After the devastations of the Second World War, Western Europe quickly regained her prominent role as one of the main areas of economic progress in the world economy. Today her nations belong, with minor exceptions, to the first world and the per capita income of her core countries (Great Britain, France, Benelux, Italy, Germany) rank among the highest in international comparisons.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Central Bank European Central Bank Monetary Union Economic Community 
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© The Bruges Group 1992

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  • Christian Watrin

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