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Europe After the Crisis

How to Sustain a Common Currency

Author: Andrew Moravcsik
May/June 2012
Foreign Affairs

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As Europe emerges from economic crisis, a larger challenge remains: finally turning the eurozone into an optimal currency area, with economies similar enough to sustain a single monetary policy. Getting there will be difficult and expensive, but the future of European integration hangs in the balance.

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