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The Macroeconomy of the Eurozone: An Irish Perspective
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The Macroeconomy of the Eurozone: An Irish Perspective (Paperback)

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This text is no longer available in print format, but can be downloaded from www.coursesmart.co.uk at a discounted price of EURO30.

Among the topics discussed are:





- Basic macroeconomic principles. - Open economy macroeconomic models. - The role of fiscal, monetary, exchange rate, and income policies. - The history of the European Monetary System and how it evolved into the Eurozone. - The costs and benefits of participating in European Monetary Union (EMU) for Ireland and other member states. - The structure, role and policies of the European Central Bank. - Inflation and interest rate determination in the Eurozone. - National fiscal policies and the Growth and Stability Pact. - Economic adjustment to economic shocks in a monetary union. - The relative underperformance of the Eurozone economy in comparison with the United States.





The concluding chapters review recent Irish experience: - The rapid growth of the economy during the `Celtic Tiger' period, especially the exceptional performance of the Irish labour market. - The recent economic slowdown. - The medium-term prospects facing the Irish economy as a member of the Eurozone.

BusinessEconomicsInternational economicsBusinessEconomicsMacroeconomics Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 22/05/2003 ISBN-13: 9780717134922  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Anthony J. Leddin is currently senior lecturer in economics at the University of Limerick. Brendan M. Walsh is Professor of the National Economics of Ireland at University College Dublin.

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