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Title: Germany, EMU and the Bundesbank
Authors: Leaman, Jeremy
Keywords: Germany
European Union
Politics
Economics
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: © South Bank University Press
Citation: LEAMAN, J., 2003. Germany, EMU and the Bundesbank. IN: King, I. and Koch, K. (eds.). Germany and Europe: Germany's Relationship to Europe at the End of the 1990s. London: South Bank University Press, pp. 144-168.
Abstract: When future histories of European politics are written, it is likely that the final decade of the 20th century will be seen to have been dominated by three major developments: by German unification, by the realignment of central and East European states to the economic and political norms of the EU and thirdly by EMU. It will be important to see all three (interconnected) developments set in a broader global context of political and economic upheaval, of a new and profound uncertainty about fundamental human ideologies and associated policy priorities.
Version: Submitted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/15473
Publisher Link: http://www.lsbu.ac.uk
ISBN: 1874418373
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