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000233213 245__ $$aOne Money or Many? On Analyzing the Prospects for Monetary Unification in Various Parts of the World
000233213 260__ $$c1993-11
000233213 269__ $$a1993-11
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000233213 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000233213 490__ $$aWorking Paper
000233213 490__ $$aC93-030
000233213 520__ $$aThe literature on optimal currency areas identifies the symmetry of disturbances and the speed with which economies adjust as key criteria affecting the decision of whether to form a monetary union. This paper uses structural vector autoregression techniques to examine these issues for three regions: Western Europe, the Americas, and East Asia. The results suggest three country groupings that best satisfy these criteria: Northern Europe (Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Austria, and possibly Switzerland); Northeast Asia (Japan, Taiwan, and Korea); and Southeast Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and possibly Thailand).
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000233213 650__ $$aFinancial Economics
000233213 6531_ $$amonetary unification
000233213 6531_ $$aexchange rates
000233213 700__ $$aBayoumi, Tamim
000233213 700__ $$aEichengreen, Barry
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