Central Banking Systems Compared: The ECB, the Pre-Euro Bundesbank, and the Federal Reserve System

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Appendix

Table of equivalencies between the previous numbering and the new numbering in the ‘Treaty establishing the European Community’, following the coming into force on 1 May 1999 of the Treaty of Amsterdam (1997).

Previous numbering

New numbering*

Article 2

Article 2

Article 3a

Article 4

Title VI

Title VII

Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Article 102a

Article 98

Article 103

Article 99

Article 103a

Article 100

Article 104

Article 101

Article 104a

Article 102

Article 104b

Article 103

Article 104c

Article 104

Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Article 105

Article 105

Article 105a

Article 106

Article 106

Article 107

Article 107

Article 108

Article 108

Article 109

Article 108a

Article 110

Article 109

Article 111

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Article 109a

Article 112

Article 109b

Article 113

Article 109c

Article 114

Article 109d

Article 115

Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Article 109e

Article 116

Article 109f

Article 117

Article 109g

Article 118

Article 109h

Article 119

Article 109i

Article 120

Article 109j

Article 12

continued

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms xii
  • Preface xiv
  • 1 - Historical Background and Basic Institutional Features 1
  • 2 - Objectives, Independence, Transparency and Accountability 28
  • 3 - Monetary Policy 64
  • 4 - Economic Policy Coordination in the Eurozone 143
  • Appendix 193
  • Notes 195
  • References 205
  • Index 213
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