Euro Crash: The Exit Route from Monetary Failure in Europe

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Palgrave Macmillan UK, Feb 17, 2012 - Political Science - 210 pages
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Euro Crash diagnoses the three fatal design flaws in EMU as constructed by the Maastricht Treaty and analyses future likely monetary scenarios for Europe, demonstrating how the best of these would be the creation of a new narrow monetary union between France and Germany founded on strict monetarist principle and without a European Central Bank.

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BRENDAN BROWN International economist practising in London, UK. He has authored many books on international financial topics, including monetary problems in US, Europe and Japan and asset market pricing (including exchange rates) in a global context. The bookscover both contemporary trends and historical topics. Dr. Brown is a regular contributor to Japanese and European financial media. He was awarded a PhD by London School of Economics and MBA by University of Chicago.