Money, Payment Systems and the European Union: The Regulatory Challenges of Governance now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Money, Payment Systems and the European Union: The Regulatory Challenges of Governance edited by Gabriella Gimigliano.
The European Union is a feasible institutional context in which to investigate the development of the governance of money. Indeed, the EU, considered as a “unique economic and political partnership”, has not laid down a clear-cut definition of money, but the Member States have been carrying on a varying transfer of sovereignty and, in particular, of monetary sovereignty.
This book examines money as a means of payment and a reserve of value within the framework of the European Union, with particular attention to community-based currencies. This book will prove an interesting and informative read for academics, students and policymakers with an interest in the development of monetary and financial systems.
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About the Editor
Gabriella Gimigliano is a law graduate cum laude at the University of Naples Federico II, and she holds a Ph.D. in banking law and law of financial markets at the University of Siena. She has worked as a post-doc fellow in business law and economic law and is currently a lecturer in business law and an academic coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module: “The Building up of a Payment System for the European Union” (2013–2016) at the University of Siena.