Regaining Europe: An Economic Agenda for the 21st Century

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The international economist Professor George Irvin argues that if the Euro is to survive, it needs to be run in a more sophisticated and flexible manner. Irvin believes that when the governing structures of the Euro were set up in the early 1990s, European governments were unduly influenced by monetarist ideas. In consequence, they set up a 'banker's euro' with excessive emphasis on combating inflation. Other economic goals such as growth and employment were subordinated to this preoccupation with monetary stability. ...

Regaining Europe: An Economic Agenda for the 21st Century 2007, Federal Trust for Education & Research

ISBN-13: 9781903403846

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Regaining Europe: An Economic Agenda for the 21st Century 2007, Federal Trust for Education & Research

ISBN-13: 9781903403853

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