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Recent publications in English
are listed below.
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Demand for Money. An Analysis of the Long-Run Behavior of the Velocity of Circulation (with Michael D. Bordo), Transactions Publishers, New Brunswick and London, 2003. This is a reprint with a new introduction of The Long-Run Behaviour of Velocity. The International Evidence, (with Michael D. Bordo), Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Lessons for EMU from the History of Monetary Unions?,
(with Michael D. Bordo), IEA, Readings 50, London, June 2000, with an introduction
by R. Mundell and comments by S. Brittan, Lord Currie and others.
Bertil Ohlin. A Centennial
Celebration.1899-1999. Co-editor with Ronald Findlay and Mats Lundahl. MIT
"Improving fiscal policy in the EU. The case for independant forecasts" (With Martin Larch), working paper, DG ECFIN, July, 2004. Download at: http://europa.eu.int/comm/economy_finance/publications/economic_papers/2004/ecp210en.pdf
"To be or not to be in the euro? The benefits and costs of monetary unification as perceived by voters in the Swedish euro referendum 2003." Paper prepared for the 2003 CATO monetary conference, January 2004.
"The future of EMU: What does the history of monetary unions tell us?", (with Michale D. Bordo), chapter 3 in F. Capie and G. Wood, eds., Monetary Unions. Theory, History, Public Choice, Routledge, London, 2003.
"National or international inflation targeting. The Wicksellian dilemma of the Euro-outs", (prepared for the workshop "Currency Independence in a World of Interdependent Economies", European University Institute, Florence), Journal of Public Policy, pp. 183-197, volume 22, part 2, May-August 2002.
"EMU - the first 10 years. Challenges to the sustainability and price stability of the Euro-area - what does history tell us?" chapter 16 in M. Buti and A. Sapir, eds., EMU and Economic Policy in Europe. The Challenge of the Early Years, Edward Elgar, 2002. (Paper initially presented at the workshop The functioning of EMU. Challenges of the early years, Brussels, 21-22 March 2001, arranged by DG ECFIN.)
"How did the great Swedish economists look at their role in public debate? The views of Knut Wicksell, Gustav Cassel, Eli Heckscher, Bertil Ohlin and Gunnar Myrdal", (with Benny Carlsson). Prepared for the international workshop: Austrian and Swedish Economics: Criss-Cross Stories and Current Perspectives, Creuset, University of Saint-Etienne - Université Jean Monnet, March 22-23, 2002. Forthcoming in a conference volume 2004.
"The formation, perceptions and effects of economic policy in the deflations of 1921-23 and 1931-33 in Sweden.'' (with Klas Fregert). Paper presented at the Claremont Conference on Deflation, April 26-28, 2001, California. Forthcoming in 2004 in a conference volume edited by Pierre Siklos.
"How severe was the crisis of the 1990's? A Comparison of Sweden's deepest crises." (with T. Hagberg). Paper presented at the conference on the Great Depression in Finland and Sweden, in Jyväskylä, Finland, June 13-15, 2001.
"A Return to the Convertibility Principle? Monetary and Fiscal Regimes in Historical Perspective. The International Evidence." (with Michael D. Bordo). In Axel Leijonhufvud, ed., Monetary Theory and Policy Experience, Palgrave (in association with International Economic Association), 2001.
"Ohlin on the Great Depression - The popular message in the Daily Press", (with Benny Carlsson), paper prepared for "Bertil Ohlin: A Centennial Celebration 1899-1999", oktober, 1999. Published in Bertil Ohlin. A Centennial Celebration.1899-1999. (Ronald Findlay, L. Jonung and Mats Lundahl. MIT Press. 2002.
Scandinavian Monetary Union 1873-1924," Prepared for the conference: From
the Athenian Tetradrachm to the Euro, organised by the European Association
for Banking History e.V. and the National Bank of Greece, Athens, 8-9 October
"What can history tell us about the future of the Eurosystem? A note on monetary and fiscal centralisation versus decentralisation in monetary unions. Forthcoming in: The Euro and the Eurosystem: Prospects and Risks of a Unified Currency, edited by Otto Steiger with the assistance of Detlev Ehrig, Hamburg: LIT-Verlag, 2003.
Comment on: Eduard Hochreiter, Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel and Georg Winckler: Monetary Union: European Lessons, Latin American Prospects". Working paper 68, July 2002, Bank of Austria, Vienna. (Presented at the conference: Monetary Union: Theory, EMU Experience, and Prospects for Latin America, April 14-16, 2002, Vienna, Austria.)
Comment on Albert M. Wojnilower, "Business Cycles in a Financially Deregulated America", pp 170-72 in Axel Leijonhufvud, ed., Monetary Theory and Policy Experience, Palgrave (in association with International Economic Association), 2001.
of Eric Helleiner, The Making of National Money. Territorial
of Paul Mizen (editor) Monetary History, Exchange Rates and Financial