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Economics of Monetary Union (13th edition)

ISBN : 9780198849544

Price(incl.tax): 
¥8,800
Author: 
Paul De Grauwe
Pages
304 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
189 x 246 mm mm
Pub date
Mar 2020
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  • 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

    
The thirteenth edition of this textbook provides an authoritative and concise analysis of the theories and policies relating to monetary union in which the author helps students to critically think about the sustainability of the Eurozone.
        
Part One examines the implications of adopting a common currency by analysing Europe's experience and the issues faced by the European Central Bank. Part Two of the book looks at the problems of running a monetary union by analysing Europe's experience and the issues faced by the European Central Bank.
             
Each chapter ends with a conclusion recapping the core issues, and a set of questions, which encourages students to test their knowledge and stretch their understanding further.
               
This book is accompanied by the following online resources:
           
For students:
- Links to data sources
- Essay questions
- Web links
- Paul De Grauwe on Twitter

Index: 

Part 1: Costs and Benefits of Monetary Union
1: The costs of a common currency
2: The theory of optimum currency areas: a critique
3: The benefits of a common currency
4: Costs and benefits compared
   
Part 2: Monetary Union
5: The fragility of incomplete monetary unions
6: The transition to a monetary union
7: How to complete a monetary union
8: Political economy of deconstructing the Eurozone
9: The European Central Bank
10: Monetary policy in the Eurozone
11: Fiscal policies in monetary unions
12: The euro and financial markets

About the author: 

Paul De Grauwe, John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy, London School of Economics

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