Concentrating on the myriad political aspects of European Monetary Union (EMU), this volume looks at its origin and its operation, and asks the question of whether EMU has an impact on European integration more generally. Discussing the democratic question in terms of the implications of the EMU for the development of democratic institutions and norms on the national and the supranational level, the book also looks at whether it is possible and desirable to have democratic control of the European Central Bank. In addition, Dosenrode analyzes the potential implications of the EMU and looks at the question of the EU and EMU from a ‘new regionalism’ perspective. It is extremely useful for scholars and students of European studies, economics, modern history and international relations. Libraries and embassies will also find this an essential reference tool.
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Subtítulo: POLITICAL ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNI