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From the European Monetary System to an European Monetary Union: An Uneasy Transition', Economie Applique e, XLIV (1991) 5±27. EMI and the Convergence Problem 35 Notes University of Siena, Italy. 1. For an estimate of the real appreciation experienced by the currencies of the high-in¯ation peripheral EMS countries, see Bleaney (1992). 2. The sustainability of the peripheral countries' diverging price trends with respect to Germany and of their negative impact on the objective of full nominal convergence has been stressed in De Grauwe (1994, pp.
6 as a series of indifference curves (I), re¯ecting the aversion of the monetary authorities to in¯ation and unemployment. The steeper the indifference curves are, as it is the case of I, I0 and I00 , the more the authorities are inclined to in¯ate the economy in order to reduce the unemployment level. The `monetary discipline view' describes the in¯ationary process which developed during the pre-EMS `¯oating' period as a game between the central bank and the wage-setters. 6 formation of an `in¯ationary bias'.
The main difference with respect to the previous period consisted essentially in not very frequent realignments, each of which less than compensated the in¯ation differential of the devaluing country with respect to Germany. The rationale of this game between the central bank and the wagesetters can be described as follows. 6, a stable equilibrium at this zero in¯ation point is not credible. In fact, after the wage contracts are signed at the beginning of each period, the authorities have an incentive to reduce unemployment by a `surprise' in¯ation.