The Bundesbank: The Bank that Rules Europe
Mandarin, 1993 - 359 pagina's
The might of the D-Mark gives the Bundesbank greater influence than most elected governments over monetary policies across Europe. In bringing to life the central bank and the people who run it, Marsh reveals its history, and present-day, behind-the-scenes arguments over European monetary union.
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