Dollarization, the Euro, and the Challenge to the Conventional Wisdom about Monetary Sovereignty
Conferees discussed different cases in which a sovereign country has adopted the United States dollar (or the euro) as its currency, in order to examine the validity of the arguments in favor of monetary nationalism.
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