The effects of monetary integration : the case of Grenada in the East Caribbean monetary union
Most developing countries create a central banking institution, either individually or jointly, as part of a monetary union. The islands in the East Caribbean were no exception. They opted for a joint institution, the East Caribbean Currency Authority, which was subsequently converted into a fully fledged central bank, the East Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). This dissertation analyses the effects of the ECCB on the member economies of the ECMU. with special emphasis on the Grenadian...[Show more]
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