Monetary Union. Paul De Grauwe. John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy. London School of Economics. OXFORD. UNIVERSITY PRESS. Economics of Monetary Integration” first published in , which could . of these different mechanisms see De Grauwe and Mongelli(). The Economic and Monetary Union: Its Past, Present and Future However, while the former (e.g. De Grauwe, ; Wolff, ) believe this.
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