Optimum Currency Area Theory and Monetary Integration as a Gradual Process

De Lombaerde, Philippe, "Optimum Currency Area Theory and Monetary Integration as a Gradual Process" in Convergence Issues in the European Union ed. Meeusen, Wim and Villaverde, José (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2002), 83-100.

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  • Author De Lombaerde, Philippe
    Book Editor Meeusen, Wim
    Villaverde, José
    Chapter Title Optimum Currency Area Theory and Monetary Integration as a Gradual Process
    Book Title Convergence Issues in the European Union
    Publication Date 2002
    Place of Publication Cheltenham
    Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
    Start page 83
    End page 100
    Language eng
    Abstract The concept of (regional) economic integration refers both to a state of affairs and a process. In this contribution we will refer to integration seen as a gradual process.Both in terms of the agenda of the negotiations, as in terms of the number of countries taking part in the integration treaties, post-war regional integration can indeed be perceived and observed as a cumulative and partly irreversible (or, at least, costly-to-reverse) process.Integration in the European Union context and in other geographical areas can easily be modelled as a process of both ‘deepening’ and geographical expansion.
    UNBIS Thesaurus REGIONAL ECONOMICS
    MONETARY UNIONS
    MONETARY SYSTEMS
    Regional Integration
    Copyright Holder The Editors
    Copyright Year 2002
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 1840646667
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