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Title Architects of the Euro : intellectuals in the making of European Monetary Union / edited by Kenneth Dyson and Ivo Maes.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition First edition.

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Subject Economic and Monetary Union -- History.
Economic and Monetary Union -- Officials and employees.
European Union -- History.
European Union -- Officials and employees.
Economists -- Europe.
Alt Name Dyson, Kenneth H. F.,
Maes, Ivo, 1956-
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Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Access Available to OhioLINK libraries.
Summary This volume critically examines the contributions and the legacies of the key figures who played a role in helping to design the European Monetary Union.
Note Previously issued in print: 2015.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Audience Specialized.
Contents Cover; Architects of the Euro: Intellectuals in the Making of European Monetary Union; Copyright; Preface; Contents; List of Archives; Notes on Contributors; Foreword; 1: Intellectuals as Policy-Makers: The Value of Biography in the History of European Monetary Union; QUESTIONS AND THEME; DESIGN FAULTS; THE LENS OF BIOGRAPHY; SHARED UNDERSTANDINGS: THE SHADOW OF HISTORY, EUROPEANIZATION, AND THE LIMITS OF EXPERTISE; The Shadow of History; Europeanization; The Limits of Expertise; TRADITIONS, INDIVIDUALITY, AND ADAPTIVE PRESSURES; ARCHITECTS: WHO ARE THEY?; SELECTING ARCHITECTS
STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND PERSONALIZATION: THE PROBLEM OF BALANCE IN BIOGRAPHY2: Robert Triffin: The Arch Monetarist in the European Monetary Integration Debates?; TRIFFIN'S FORMATIVE YEARS; TRIFFIN'S ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM; TRIFFIN AND EUROPEAN MONETARY INTEGRATION; CONTRIBUTION AND LEGACY; 3: Robert Marjolin: Securing the Common Market through Economic and Monetary Union; BACKGROUND AND EARLY CAREER; SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE OEEC: PAYMENTS AND RECONSTRUCTION; AT THE EEC COMMISSION: ECONOMIC AND MONETARY COOPERATION; Ambitious Beginnings: The Proposals of 1958
The Action Programme of the Community for the Second Stage and its ConsequencesA Plan for Europe: Introducing a Medium-Term Economic Policy in the EEC; Monetary Policy Cooperation; The Committee of the Governors of the EEC Central Banks; Implementation and Application: A Mixed Balance Sheet; Steps towards EMU 1965-7; MARJOLIN'S LEGACY; 4: Raymond Barre: Modernizing France through European Monetary Cooperation; BARRE AS ECONOMIST: FROM THE IVORY TOWER TO THE COAL-FACE OF POWER; BARRE IN BRUSSELS; The Barre Plans, 1 and 2; BARRE IN POWER; BARRE'S CONTRIBUTION AND LEGACY
5: Pierre Werner: A Visionary European and Consensus BuilderWERNER'S INTELLECTUAL AND CAREER BACKGROUND; A COMMITTED EUROPEAN; WERNER'S MONETARY THINKING AND POLITICAL ACTION IN THE 1960S; THE CONSTITUTION AND WORK OF THE WERNER COMMITTEE; SEEKING A BALANCED APPROACH BETWEEN THE ECONOMISTS AND THE MONETARISTS; THE WERNER REPORT: AN ADEQUATE BLUEPRINT FOR EMU?; PIERRE WERNER AND THE WERNER REPORT; MEDIATION AND NETWORK DIPLOMACY: DEVELOPING A TWO-PILLAR APPROACH TO EMU; WERNER'S CONTRIBUTION AND LEGACY; 6: Roy Jenkins: The Importance of Top-Level Politics; BEFORE BRUSSELS; CHOOSING EMU
AN ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION?ASSESSING JENKINS' CONTRIBUTION AND LEGACY; 7: Hans Tietmeyer, Ethical Ordo-Liberalism, and the Architecture of EMU: Getting the Fundamentals Right; TIETMEYER AS AN ARCHITECT OF THE EURO; BACKGROUND AND INFLUENCES; TIETMEYER AND THE PROBLEM OF PARTISAN ENGAGEMENT; THE BONN YEARS: APPLYING ORDO-LIBERALISM TO THE CHALLENGE OF EMU; TIETMEYER AS PRESIDENT OF THE BUNDESBANK; CONTRIBUTION AND LEGACY: DID TIETMEYER GET THE FOUNDATIONS RIGHT?; 8: Karl-Otto Pohl: The Pole Position; CONSTRUCTING THE EMS; CORNER SOLUTIONS; THE DELORS COMMITTEE; IMPLEMENTING THE DELORS REPORT
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ISBN 9780191799860 (electronic bk.)
0191799866 (electronic bk.)
9780191054785 (electronic bk.)
019105478X (electronic bk.)
9780198735915
019873591X
OCLC # 960841060
Additional Format Print version : 9780198735915.