Table of contents for The dollarization debate / edited by Dominck Salvatore, James W. Dean, Thomas Willett.


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Contributors
Introduction, Dominick Salvatore, James W. Dean, and Thomas D. Willett
Part I. General Analysis
A Visionary's View
1. Currency Areas, Exchange Rate Systems, and International Monetary Reform, Robert Mundell
De Facto Dollarization
2. Unofficial Dollarization in Latin America: Currency Substitution, Network Externalities, and Irreversibility, Edgar L. Feige, Michael Faulend, Velimir Sonje, and Vedran Sosic
Pros and Cons
3. The Pros and Cons of Full Dollarization, Andrew Berg and Eduardo R. Borensztein
4. Is It Time for a Common Currency for the Americas?, Vittorio Corbo
5. Dollarization: Myths and Realities, Sebastian Edwards
6. What Problems Can Dollarization Solve?, Barry Eichengreen
7. What Use Is Monetary Sovereignty?, Kurt Schuler
One Regime for All Countries?
8. The OCA Approach to Exchange Rate Regimes: A Perspective on Recent Developments, Thomas D. Willett
9. Dollarization Does Not Make Sense Everywhere, John Williamson
10. The Problem of Dollar Encroachment in Emerging Markets, Ronald I. McKinnon
11. Which Countries in the Americas Should Dollarize?, Dominick Salvatore
12. Pressures for Currency Consolidation in Insurance and Finance: Are the Currencies of Financially Small Countries on the Endangered List?, George M. von Furstenberg
Part II. Political Economy
13. Monetary Union: The Political Dimension, Benjamin J. Cohen
14. Latin American Official Dollarization: Political Economy Aspects, Jurgen Schuldt
15. The Political Economy of Dollarization in Mexico, Nancy Neiman Auerbak and Aldo Flores-Quiroga
16. Lessons of the Euro for Dollarization: Analytic and Political Economy Perspectives, Harris Dellas and George S. Tavlas
Part III. North America
17. North American Currency Integration: A Canadian Perspective, Thomas J. Courchene and Richard G. Harris
18. The Merit of a North American Monetary Union, Herbert G. Grubel
19. Why Canada Needs a Flexible Exchange Rate, John D. Murray
Part IV. Latin America
20. Should Latin America's Common-Law Marriage to the U.S. Dollar Be Legalized? Should Canada's?, James W. Dean
21. What Exchange Rate Arrangement Works Best for Latin America?, Liliana Rojas-Suarez
22. A Dollarization/Free-Banking Blueprint for Argentina, Steven H. Hanke
23. Argentina's Currency Board and the Case for Macroeconomic Policy Coordination in Mercosur, Jose Maria Fanelli
24. Cuba: "Dollarization" and "Dedollarization", Archibald R. M. Ritter and Nicholas P. Rowe
Index



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