This timely collection presents an authoritative overview of one of the three key currencies of the second half of the twentieth century, the German Mark. Charles A.E.Goodhart reflects on the future of the Euro against the background of the success story of the Deutsche Mark. Hans Tietmeyer reviews the 50 years lifetime of the German Mark, pointing out that the Bundesbank will continue to have a say within the European Central Bank. In particular he emphasizes the vital part of the Deutsche Mark as cornerstone of the so-called Social Market Economy in postwar Germany.
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