The launch of the Euro has already had profound effects on both European economies and societies - but it is also of huge importance for the international community as a whole. This timely book, from a collection of key names in European Integration Studies, is an authoritative piece of work that is truly multi-disciplinary by nature. With varied contributions from such respected academics as James W. Dean, Eric Helleiner and Malte Kruger, this book touches on all the important themes including: Historical background and precedents The international implications of EMU Political identities and the Euro The next steps after EMU Before and Beyond EMU is a well-written, readable contribution to the debate that will rage for some time to come. It will be of great interest not only to advanced students of European Economics and Monetary Integration, but also to policy makers and those with a general interest in the European Union.
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