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C. Randall Henning

Professor of International Economic Relations, School of International Service, American University

C. Randall Henning is Professor of International Economic Relations in the School of International Service at American University in Washington, D.C. He specializes in international and comparative political economy, global governance and regional integration. He has focused recently on the International Monetary Fund, regional financial arrangements, Europe’s monetary union, fiscal federalism, and the Group of Twenty. His previous appointments include service as Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

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Fiscal federalism: US history for architects of Europe's fiscal union

Ever since first the blueprints for monetary union in Europe were drawn up, the United States, considered as a collection of individual states or regions, has served as a benchmark for assessing its feasibility and evaluating alternative policy options.

By: C. Randall Henning and Martin Kessler Topic: Global economy and trade Date: January 10, 2012