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16 Nor can it be said to be very fully worked out: for example, there is the seldom acknowledged implication of Rogoff (1985) that the credibility of German policy should be worsened by others’ practice of pegging to the D-mark since any ‘surprise’ inflation adopted by Germany will be copied by the others and therefore be all the more effective in increasing German output as their exports rise. In addition, hard The European and national macroeconomic policy 32 evidence that credibility benefits of this kind exist is extraordinarily difficult to come by.
Arguing in a more applied vein, Sachs (1985) suggested that had it somehow been possible for the United States to reduce inflation without the dollar rising, this would place an undue burden on the part of the American economy which is not externally exposed, whereas to achieve it with an appreciation forced some of the burden onto the international sector in the form of a loss of competitiveness. Correspondingly, from the point of view of the rest of the world, they could be protected from the effects of the recession in the United States by an improvement in their competitiveness.
This established a stageby-stage plan to achieve EMU by 1980 through narrowing exchange rate margins, integrating capital markets and finally establishing a common currency and a single central bank. In 1972 came the formation of the European currency band, the so-called ‘snake’. 25 per cent between member currencies. The currencies experienced repeated speculative pressure and the UK, Italy and France all dropped out of the system, so that by 1978 it was mainly a D-mark area. This comprised Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Denmark (which rejoined), plus Norway; Austria was an informal associate member.