Edited with R Brown, P Jacquet and H Sherman, Pinter Publications: London 1990
Using a case study approach, this book compares the essential areas of convergence and conflict on the way to Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) for four countries; Germany, the Netherlands, France and the UK. It concludes that economic integration via the 1992 Process could be facilitated by monetary union, but monetary union is a state that cannot be achieved and maintained without a high degree of economic union among its members. It therefore recommends a multi-speed approach to monetary union.
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