The psychology of the European Monetary Union in the UK: "No S.E.C. please, we're British"

CB Burgoyne, DA Routh

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Translated title of the contributionThe psychology of the European Monetary Union in the UK: "No S.E.C. please, we're British"
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe psychology of the European Monetary Union: a cross-national study of attitudes to the euro
EditorsMu<umlaut>ller-Peters , R. Pepermans, G. Kiell
PublisherUniversity of Cologne/Free University of Brussels
Pages325 - 348
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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Burgoyne, CB., & Routh, DA. (1998). The psychology of the European Monetary Union in the UK: "No S.E.C. please, we're British". In M-P., R. Pepermans, & G. Kiell (Eds.), The psychology of the European Monetary Union: a cross-national study of attitudes to the euro (pp. 325 - 348). University of Cologne/Free University of Brussels.