The European Central Bank describes and analyses, from the perspective of the General Counsel of the Dutch Central Bank, the objectives and tasks entrusted to the ECB and the instruments with which the ECB has been endowed in order to carry out its responsibilities.
In the context of this discussion of the institutional features of the ECB, the author:
The structuring of EC monetary authority as a part of a community based on respect for the law forms a constant theme throughout The European Central Bank.
This work's critical, in-depth analysis; its thought provoking conclusions and summaries of problematic issues; and its clear, grounded structure all make it a particularly useful, scholarly examination of an important development in European and international law.
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- EMU Provisions: A General Introduction
- Objectives and Tasks, to be Pursued in Independence
- Monetary Policy, Payments Oversight and Their Instruments
- Banking Supervision and Its Instruments
- External Policies of EMU
- Exchange Rate Arrangement Within the Community