Kelvin Smith Library celebrates scholarship at Case Western Reserve University by recognizing faculty authors in the Case School of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Weatherhead School of Management who have written or edited books.
Drawing on numerous interviews with high-ranking and founding members of the ECB, Karl Kaltenthaler identifies and explains the factors that shape the domestic and international monetary strategies of the European Central Bank (ECB). The policy-making model that offers the best roadmap to a healthy economy is that of the German Bundesbank. To secure the long-term needs of the economy, the decision-makers in the ECB have created a model that attempts to replicate the Bundesbank's success at the European level and to lend credibility to their own policies. Offering unprecedented access to the internal decision-making at the ECB, Policy-Making in the European Central Bank will interest readers who want to understand this important European institution.