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By the time we get around to discussing the possible exit of Greece from the European Monetary Union (and possibly from the European Union as well) things might have changed a lot. I am sure many of you are reading different perspectives, I will be posting articles of interest in due course. For the present, here's some background:

An in depth look from the PBS.

An opinion piece from the Economist arguing greater integration.

I will dig up Eichengreen to see his description of the history of the monetary union, but events are overtaking narratives, so stay tuned.

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  • Kristi

    I have analysed the situation in Europe for quite some time in my blog: I hope to be there & you can use the opportunity to ask an independent analyst and financial blogger directly from Europe.

    July 6, 2012

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