6 edition of Monetary problems of the international economy found in the catalog.
Monetary problems of the international economy
Conference on International Monetary Problems University of Chicago 1966.
|Statement||Edited by Robert A. Mundell and Alexander K. Swoboda.|
|Contributions||Mundell, Robert A., ed., Swoboda, Alexander K., ed.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881 .C648 1966aa|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 405 p.|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||68016710|
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The world economy and political system have changed dramatically since the book was published. international capital movements (Chapter 7), in relating international transactions to national income accounting (Chapter 12), and in discussing virtually every aspect of international monetary policy (Chapters 16 through 21).
Like the problem of protectionism, the balance ofFile Size: KB. On the International Monetary Problem. What is nowadays called governmental monetary management encompasses two kinds of policy. It is, on the one hand, deficit spending, i.e., undisguised inflation to enable the government to spend over and beyond the amount of funds collected by taxation or.
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The fall of the gold standard led countries to raise trade barriers, devalue their currencies to compete against one another for export markets and curtail usage of foreign exchange by their citizens.