The creation of the Euro was one of the most ambitious projects undertaken by the EU. Nearly a decade on, the Euro has become a major international currency. This book takes stock of the Eurozone, both empirically and theoretically, considering historical, economic, political, and institutional influences on its development.
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MICHELLE CHANG is Professor in European Political and Administrative Studies, College of Europe (Bruges). NEILL NUGENT is Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration at Manchester Metropolitan University. WILLIAM E. PATERSON is Director of the Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK, and Chairman of the German-British Forum. A founding editor of German Politics he has published widely in the fields of German and European politics. His most recent major publication is Governance in Contemporary Germany which he co-edited with Simon Green.Review:
"Chang's excellent textbook... [is] a highly useful contribution to the literature. The scope of this book is impressive... a lively account of EMU that both students and academics will enjoy reading..." - David Howarth, JCMS "[V]ery readable and engaging... It contains, in a manageable volume, all the necessary components of a comprehensive overview of EU economic integration... I did not hesitate to assign [it] to my class..." - Petia Kostadinova, EUSA Review
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