The European Monetary System [electronic resource] : The Experience, 1979-1982, Nyberg, Peter.

Nyberg, Peter.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1983.
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Occasional Papers; Occasional Paper No. 19.
Occasional Papers; Occasional Paper No. 19
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This paper is concerned with developments in the European Monetary System (EMS) from its start in March 1979 through December 1982.
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Evens, Owen.
Nyberg, Peter.
Ungerer, Horst.
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