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The UK & the euro

Responsibility Paul Temperton
Material Type Book
Publisher New York, N.Y. ; Chichester : J. Wiley & Sons
Year c2001
Language English
Size xi, 141 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Abstract The issue of whether or not the UK should join the euro is a highly emotive one. The outcome of this decision will affect the lives of everyone living in the UK and every voter will need to form a view on this subject. Yet very little information is available that is neither party political nor written exclusively for economists. The book provides just such impartial informaton in a form that is accessible to those with no knowledge of economics. It features many issues, including the following: What is meant by 'joining the euro'? Will the UK pass the European Union's tests for joining the euro? Will Gordon Brown's 'five tests' be satisfied? The main advantages of joining... ...and the main disadvantages Will interest rates in the UK be lower if we join? Will there be a house price boom? If it all goes wrong, can the UK get out?

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BUNKEI LIB., Stack Room 3F(Economics) 017212006500628 338.97/Te 34/20060062 2001

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Notes Includes index
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Authors *Temperton, Paul, 1958-
Subjects LCSH:Euro -- Great Britain  All Subject Search
LCSH:Monetary unions -- European Union countries  All Subject Search
LCSH:Monetary policy -- Great Britain  All Subject Search
LCSH:Europe -- Economic integration  All Subject Search
FREE:Europe -- Economic integration  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:HG939.5
ID 1001249326
ISBN 0471499552
NCID BA63933891
Vol ISBN:0471499552
NBN GBA1Z4688
Created Date 2009.09.18
Modified Date 2009.09.18

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