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Euro guide

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Formerly known as Yearbook of the European Communities, this guide is the only publication to bring together within a single volume nearly all of the intergovernmental bodies working for European integration.EuroGuide describes the structure, function, and activities of institutions, bodies, and agencies of the European Union and other European intergovernmental organizations. The second part is a directory, giving the names of the persons in charge, with direct telephone numbers and addresses, and organizational charts of European intergovernmental organizations, the diplomatic corps accredited to the European Union, and those establishments offering European higher education courses.Other useful information contained in this guide include websites, national holidays, an overview of the history of the European Union, along with a subject index and alphabetical index.


The Trader s Guide to the Euro Area

Author: David J. Powell
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The euro area remains in a state of flux and appears to beunsustainable in its present form. The outcome of the crisis may beunknown for years and a judgement on the project’s success orfailure may be out of reach for decades. In the meantime, analysts, portfolio managers and traders willstill have daily, weekly, quarterly and annual benchmarks. Theywill have to analyze economic developments in the euro area andtheir impacts on financial assets. The objective of this book is toprovide a framework for that analysis that is comprehensible tomost financial market participants. The book begins with a focus on coincident and leading economicindicators for the euro area. The following section looks ateuro-area institutions. The next chapter focuses on the eurocrisis. It attempts to provide an explanation of its origins and aglimpse of the potential outcomes. In addition, the tools needed toanalyze the crisis as it evolves are presented. The lastsections provide information unique to the economies of Germany,France, the U.K., Switzerland, Sweden and Norway.


The Euro Consequences for the Consumer and the Citizen

Author: Thierry Vissol
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"EURO". The name of the single currency for the European Union has not been chosen casually by the Heads of State and Government during the Madrid Council of December 1995. After tough discus sions, it has been unanimously accepted. The intention was to recall to every single citizen that this new money would be his money, that it would be the expression of the new European environment carefully built since the "fifties" to avoid any return to war and barbarism in Europe. Confidence and positive expectations for a better future put in the European construction have thus been clearly linked to the confidence in the new European currency and vice-versa. Euro notes and coins will be the first expression, clear, material and universal (for any European citizen being young or old, rich or poor, but also for the rest of the world) of a European identity alongside the national one. Obviously, it is of the outmost importance that the change over to the euro, be as smooth and as citizen-friendly as possible.


A Guide to the Euro

Author: Jay H. Levin
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In this concise and comprehensive introduction to Europe's currency, Levin explains both the historical and political background as well as the economic underpinnings of monetary integration in contemporary Europe.


Private Sector Involvement in the Euro

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This book looks at the role of the Association for Monetary Union in Europe's role in the construction of the Euro. It argues that the AMUE played a prominent role in the adoption of a number of proposals related to the single currency and had a guiding influence on the transition from a market-let to an institution-centred approach to monetary union.


Euro and the Dollar in a Globalized Economy

Author: Joaquín Roy
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This key book assesses the international role of the euro, discusses its impact on global financial markets, shifting global exchange rate relationships and their implications. With input from various disciplines, it foments discussions intended to facilitate an exchange of ideas among academics, practitioners and the local business community.


Euroguide LIS

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Handbook of International Trade

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Designed for the businessman, this is a handbook of international trade.


Greece

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Follow the fascinating course of history from classical Greece to the development of the modern nation in this fascinating portrait of Greek culture. From the most well-known temples and ruins of ancient Athens, Crete, and Delphi, to the contemporary disputes on the Island of Cyprus, students will gain an impressive understanding of Greek culture through the use of thought-provoking primary source material. Greece: A Primary Source Cultural Guide illuminates the origins of Greek mythology, examines ancient historical conflicts, and allows students a chance to glimpse such remarkable structures as the Parthenon and Acropolis alongside a comprehensive examination of the country, its people, and its influential artistic achievements.


Euroguide 2004

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This yearbook is the only publication to bring together within a single volume nearly all of the intergovernmental bodies working for European integration. Euro-Guide describes the structure, function, and activities of institutions, bodies, and agencies of the European Union and other European intergovernmental organizations. The second part is a directory, giving the names of the persons in charge, with direct telephone numbers and addresses, and organizational charts of European intergovernmental organizations, the diplomatic corps accredited to the European Union, and those establishments offering European higher education courses. Other useful information contained in this guide include websites, national holidays, an overview of the history of the European Union, along with a subject index and alphabetical index.