Economics of Monetary Union - Thirteenth Edition
Paul De Grauwe, London School of Economics
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Comprehensive, current, and unique in approach: the only textbook to discuss both the costs and benefits of monetary unions.
The only textbook to discuss both the costs and benefits of monetary unions. The author addresses current issues surrounding the Eurozone and takes a critical approach in analysing the theories and policies relating to monetary union.
- The only textbook that discusses both the costs and benefits of monetary unions and the actual workings of the eurozone.
- Encourages students to examine the monetary union through theory, empirical analysis, and policy implications to ensure they gain a balanced understanding of different arguments and perspectives.
New to this edition
Updated evaluation in Chapter 8 of the new fiscal rules EU authorities have introduced since the sovereign debt crisis
Increased coverage in Chapter 9 of quantitative easing programme of the ECB
Additional discussion of the housing market in Chapter 12