Here is a case of mine from 1992. For those interested in the Euro-saga unfolding before our eyes, this may be an interesting read. I taught it for many years in INSEAD’s Advanced Management Programme. Business people attending therefore had plenty of advance warning of how precarious the project would be. The case focuses on the relaunch of monetary union within the general context of predicting policy change. It presents a method to assess the probable changes in policy with respect to timing, content and negotiating style. The teaching objective is to teach students to read the European political environment with a view to making a reasoned forecast of whether monetary union will take place and, if so, when and in what form. There are French and German translations of this case available (F392-027-1) (43 pages) and (D392-027-1) (43 pages).
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