Is Asia an optimum currency area?: can it become one? : regional, global and historical perspectives on Asian monetary relations
Barry J Eichengreen, Tamim A Bayoumi, University of California, Berkeley. Center for International and Development Economics Research
University of California at Berkeley, Dept. of Economics, 1996 - East Asia - 29 pages
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