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Private ECUs potential macro-economic policy dimensions
Helmut W. Mayer
|Statement||by Helmut W. Mayer.|
|Series||BIS economic papers -- no.16|
|Contributions||Bank for International Settlements. Monetary and Economic Department.|
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Get this from a library. Private ECUs potential macro-economic policy dimensions. [Helmut W Mayer; Bank for International Settlements. Monetary and Economic Department.] -- The implications of a central ECU role in payments and credit circuits; The impact of the ECU on international capital flows; Money and credit creation in ECUs.
Private ECUs potential macro-economic policy dimensions. BIS Economic Papers but seeks to explore some of the macro-economic policy problems that could occur at some time in the future should ECU-denominated bank deposits and credits come to play an important role in the credit and payments circuits of EMS member countries, accounting for.
Mayer, H.W. () ‘Private ECUs Potential Macro-economic Policy Dimensions’, BIS Economic Papers, No. 16 (April) (Basle: BIS). Google Scholar Micossi, S.
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