Publisher description for The dollarization debate / edited by Dominck Salvatore, James W. Dean, Thomas Willett.


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This book takes a global approach, with an emphasis on North and Latin America respectfully, by discussing one of today's most controversial topics in business; Dollarization. With the collapse of the former Soviet Union, and the formation of the Euro in Europe, many countries and debating whether or not a common currency is in their best interest. This intriguing volume brings together the leading participants in the current dollarization debates. Many advocate the notion of a common currency, while others feel that in doing so will create financial costs for all that take part, with the severity varying from country to country.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Money.
Dollar, American.
Foreign exchange.
Currency question.
International finance.