Monetary integration and the French model: a case study in the eurozone
by George Ross
International Journal of Economics and Business Research (IJEBR), Vol. 2, No. 1/2, 2010

Abstract: Whatever its successes and difficulties, monetary integration has caused significant changes in many, perhaps most, Eurozone societies. A review of EMU's origins and first years of EMU would thus be remiss without national case studies. France is a particularly good choice for this task. It has had complicated, passionate relationships with European integration. It has often taken the lead, worked to make the architecture of Europe conform to its desires and protested about the constraints that this new Europe placed on its national life. And nowhere have these contradictory outlooks been as clear as in European monetary integration and EMU.

Online publication date: Tue, 01-Dec-2009

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