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Market and Money: Economic Instruments of Political Europe

Iulian Viorel Brasoveanu () and Florina Pinzaru ()

Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2006, vol. 8(503), issue 8(503), 73-78

Abstract: By the creation of the unique currency, the European construction advanced, in the late twenty years, more in economic terms than in political ones. Still, at a closer look there can be found interesting arguments to sustain the idea of a political background for this surprising economic acceleration. Creating the common market and a new currency are things which have been possible only because of favourable factors in economy and of strong political will. This paper analyses the market as a frame of a political construction, and euro as a decisive tool for the purpose of the United Europe. For the first time in history, there is a space which approaches beliefs and values with the “help” of a currency, integrated in the political agenda.

Keywords: icurrency; euro; market-type mechanisms; politics; reform; politically conditioning. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
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