Why Does It Not Make Sense to Create a Monetary Union in MERCOSUR? A Keynesian Alternative Proposal
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Fernando Ferrari Filho ()
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 2001, vol. 24, issue 2, 235-252
The article has two objectives. On one hand, it intends to show how inconsistent the proposal of creating a currency union among the countries of MERCOSUR is, as the final step of an integration process in this region. On the other hand, it argues that only a (Post) Keynesian alternative proposal of (1) managing fiscal and monetary policies, and (2) requiring appropriate institutional arrangements can reconcile the full employment with external equilibrium to the MERCOSUR countries in a global world.
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