Exchange Rate Regimes: Some Lessons from Postwar Europe
Author(s): Wyplosz, Charles
Revisits Europe's postwar experience with exchange rate regimes and commitment to coordination and eventually union. It argues that behind Europe's condition for exchange rate stability lies a widely shared belief that it is a precondition for trade integration and the only way to establish a level playing field for international competition.
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