Problems of European Monetary Policy Coordination in the Transition Phase

  • Peter Bofinger


With the Strasbourg Summit of December 8/9, 1989, the process of monetary and economic integration in Europe, which had been already quite impressive, has gained additional momentum. Before the end of 1990, the President of the European Council will convene an intergovernmental conference which will be charged with the task of preparing an amendment of the treaty with a view to the final stages of EMU.


Monetary Policy Central Bank Commercial Bank European Monetary System Reserve Requirement 
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