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EMU–COST.net est le site du projet de recherche européen EMU. Ce site cherche à faire connaître le projet EMU et à le soutenir dans sa candidature auprés de COST, une institution européenne visant à développer des coopérations européennes en matière de sciences et de technologies. Chef de projet : Georges Depeyrot, CNRS Paris. Webdesign et réalisation technique : Thomas Crognier, Paris

EMU–COST.net is the site of the European research project EMU. This site seeks to inform the EMU project and support its COST application, a European institution to develop European cooperation in science and technology. Project Manager: George DEPEYROT, CNRS Paris. Webdesign and technical implementation: Thomas Crognier, Paris


Our proposal (application 2011/1-9297) European monetary unifications, from Antiquity to modern times (EMU), even perfectly evaluated three times, is not among the selected proposals for the final selection.
We will apply again, the team will continue to work, to publish, to meet and to participate to scientific life.
› Books published by the team can be seen on Moneta
› People interested can contact Georges Depeyrot.


EMU members regularly publish their work and here are some examples... 



This website EMU-COST.net supports the COST Application EMU (n°2011/1-9297).
If the COST Application is successful, this website will be developed to offer the complete information concerning the action.

The initial objective of EMU consists of an interdisciplinary approach to furthering our understanding of the changes brought about by European monetary unification in the light of historical and social experience.
EMU will stimulate collective research by organizing a strong network of researchers, replacing the current fragmented national perception of monetary and economic history, linked to the political divisions of Europe in the last centuries, with a global perception.

COST is an intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and Technology. It contributes to reducing the fragmentation in European research and opening the European Research Area to cooperation worldwide.
COST has clearly shown its strength in non-competitive research and public utility problems. It has been successfully used to maximise European synergy and added value in research cooperation and is a useful tool to further European integration.

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