National Economic Policies in a European Economic and Monetary Union



The Task Still Ahead: Economic Policy Convergence. European Monetary Union (EMU) started as scheduled on January 1, 1999. The interim results as of the end of 2001 are ambiguous but the criticism keeps more or less in the range of normal monitoring and blaming — insofar we recognize some accommodation with the existing facts.


Economic Policy Monetary Policy Central Bank Public Debt Price Stability 
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