Reference : Through a century of change: portrait of a pragmatic visionary
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Through a century of change: portrait of a pragmatic visionary
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Danescu, Elena mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > >]
Jun-2018
Journal of European Integration History = Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Europäischen Integration = Revue d'Histoire de l'Intégration Européenne
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
Yes
International
0947-9511
Baden-Baden
Germany
[en] European Integration History ; Economic and Monetary Union ; Political Union ; International Monetary System ; The Werner Report ; The Delors Report ; European Governance ; Luxembourg ; Pierre Werner ; Euro ; Architects of the Euro
[en] As Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Luxembourg over several decades, Pierre Werner shaped the future of his country and was one of the rare statesmen to play a part in the progress of European integration until the mid-1980s. He played a major role in regional integration (BLEU, Benelux) and in EEC policy-making and gained a strong reputation for forging a political consensus between larger powers (Germany and France)and between diametrically opposed positions (‘economists’ vs ‘monetarists’). In this way he succeeded in defending Luxembourg’s vital interests, from the financial centre to the seats of the European institutions. Werner was involved in the major ideological debates of the time. Although initially in favour of a monetary approach, Werner was one of the first to develop arguments for a symmetrical economic and monetary union.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/35332
10.5771/0947-9511-2018-1-9

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