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Will COVID-19 boost the euro as a global currency?

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The euro is, by definition an international currency. However, since being established in the late 90s the single currency has always been somewhat less than the sum of it's parts and has yet to challenge the US dollar for global dominance. Its international status declined with the euro crisis of 2008.  By: The Sound of Economics Date: June 8, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Could the reform of the institutional setup of the monetary union that many are arguing for in the wake of the covid-19 crisis boost the euro’s status as a global currency? Episode guests:Guntram Wolff, Bruegel DirectorAlicia Garcia Herrero, senior fellow at BruegelGrégory Claeys, senior fellow at Bruegel Hosted by:Giuseppe Porcaro, head of outreach and governance at Bruegel

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The euro is, by definition an international currency. However, since being established in the late 90s the single currency has always been somewhat less than the sum of it's parts and has yet to challenge the US dollar for global dominance. Its international status declined with the euro crisis of 2008. 

By: Date: June 8, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance

Could the reform of the institutional setup of the monetary union that many are arguing for in the wake of the covid-19 crisis boost the euro’s status as a global currency?

Episode guests:
Guntram Wolff, Bruegel Director
Alicia Garcia Herrero, senior fellow at Bruegel
Grégory Claeys, senior fellow at Bruegel

Hosted by:
Giuseppe Porcaro, head of outreach and governance at Bruegel

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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