The Euro and Financial Integration
Philip Lane and
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The Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper Series from IIIS
We provide a quantitative analysis of the impact of the euro on European financial integration. We consider both volume- and price-based indicators. In general, we find evidence that common membership of the euro area strengthens bilateral financial linkages. However, we emphasize that EMU has only been one innovation driving European financial integration in recent years, with global factors also increasingly important.
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