1) Among the topics examined were the Great Inflation of the 1970s in the United States and the influence of learning, or adjustment of expectations, on policy outcomes; the tradeoffs between rules-based and discretionary monetary policy; the 1999 formation of the European Economic and Monetary Union and whether it altered the degree of economic integration between the United States and the euro area; the potential benefits of greater competition in the euro area; and optimal monetary policy in an international setting.
What does EEMU stand for?
EEMU stands for European Economic and Monetary Union
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See other definitions of EEMU
- Église Évangélique Mennonite de Tavannes (French: Evangelical Mennonite Church of Tavannes; Switzerland)
- Electronic Equipment Maintenance Training System
- Enhanced Electron Mobility Transistor
- Essential Elements of Manufacturing Technology (American Machine Tool Distributors Association)
- Esterified Estrogen/ Methyltestosterone
- Electrical Engineering Model Test Bed
- Emergency Escape Mask Training Center
- Enhanced Enlisted Master Tape Record
- Enterprise Event Management Utility (software)
- Environment, Emergency Management and Utilities (Seattle, WA)
- Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association
- Emerging Markets Minimum Volatility
- Exceptional Equestrians of the Missouri Valley, Inc. (Washington, MO)
- Ethiopian Evangelical Mekane Yesus Church
- Eastern Educational Network (Public Television)
- Edinburgh Evening News (UK)
- Énergies Environnement Nature (French: Environment Energy Nature)
- Enterprise Europe Network
- EPHA Environment Network
- Equestrian Educational Network (est. 1999)
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Upon accession, the ten countries will join the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as "member states with a derogation"; their central banks will become part of the European System of Central Banks.