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Dollarization: what's in it for US?
David Altig , 2002, issue Oct 15
Economic Commentary Abstract:
Should the United States care if other countries abandon their own currencies and adopt the dollar? Dollarization imparts benefits to the United States as well as costs, and these ought to be weighed as we decide what to do about the growing number of countries turning to dollarization or considering it.
Keywords: Dollar, American; Currency convertibility (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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