International Monetary Issues After the Cold War: A Conversation Among Leading Economists

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International Monetary Issues after the Cold War offers a rare look at leading economists engaged in a spirited discussion of current and emerging issues. In this record of the eleventh "Bologna-Claremont" conference, fifteen leading scholars - including two Nobel laureates - discuss the U.S. recession, the problems created by German unification, the Western European monetary union, regional economic organization, and monetary stability in Eastern Europe. Participants were selected to represent differing points of view on ...

International Monetary Issues After the Cold War: A Conversation Among Leading Economists 1993, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801845383

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