Managerial Finance


Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 27 Issue 9

The euro’s progress: macroeconomic consequences of a single currency

John C. Soper

Puts the decline of the euro’s value following its introduction down to rapid US economic growth and the expansionary policies of the European Central Bank. Contrasts…

The European Central Bank: the search for credibility

M. Rabiul Hasan, Jacobus T. Severiens

Assesses the effectiveness of the European Central Bank in maintaining price stability, growth and bank liquidity across the eurozone. Looks at the policies which it has…

European banking after the euro: progress and problems

William Templeton, Robert Clark

Discusses the changes in European banking since the introduction of the euro, providing statistics on mergers and acquisitions (mostly domestic) and their effects on…

The euro and capital market integration: are we there yet?

Mark Holder, Anit K. Sinha, Jacobus T. Severiens

Assesses the effect of the introduction of the euro on capital markets, noting “explosive growth” in the corporate bond market and a rising demand for junk bonds. Believes…

The euro as an opportunity for value creation

Jose Blanco

Asks whether the introduction of the euro has added value to firms, noting that it has reduced imports, exchange rate volatility and transaction costs in member states;…



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