Readership: Academics and advanced students in European history, politics, economic history, and economics. Also policy makers and the general public interested in current debates about EMU.
Luca Einaudi, Senior Economist, Prime Minister's Office, Rome, and Research Associate, Centre for History and Economics, Cambridge University
1: The Political and Monetary Situation in Europe in 1865
2: The Formation of the Latin Monetary Union and the International Monetary Conference of 1867
3: Economics of Monetary Unification
4: Managing a Difficult Union: France and the LMU
5: Enthusiasm and Resistance to Union in Britain and Germany