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In a Common Currency Area (CCA) the Common Central Bank sets a uniform rate of inflation across countries, taking into account the area's economic conditions. Suppose that countries in recession favor a more expansionary policy than countries in expansion, a conflict of interest between members arises when national business cycles are not fully syncronized. If governments of member countries have an informational advantage over the state of their domestic economy, such conflict may create andoi:10.2139/ssrn.318905 fatcat:hq2ugskh25ebtobvygpaevvmqe