International Financial History in the Twentieth Century: System and Anarchy / Edition 1

International Financial History in the Twentieth Century: System and Anarchy / Edition 1

by Marc Flandreau
     
 

History of the international financial system in terms of the globalization debate.See more details below

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History of the international financial system in terms of the globalization debate.

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ISBN-13:
9780521819954
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
06/01/2003
Series:
Publications of the German Historical Institute Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.83(d)

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Table of Contents

Contributors; Preface; Introduction Marc Flandreau and Harold James; 1. Caveat Emptor: coping with sovereign risk under the international gold standard, 1871–1913 Marc Flandreau; 2. Conduits for long-term foreign investment in the gold standard era Mira Wilkins; 3. The gold-exchange standard: A reinterpretation Stephen A. Schuker; 4. The bank of France and the gold standard, 1914–1928 Kenneth Mouré; 5. Keynes's road to Bretton Woods: an essay in interpretation Robert Skidelsky; 6. Bretton Woods and the European neutrals, 1944–1973 Jakob Tanner; 7. The 1948 monetary reform in Western Germany Charles P. Kindleberger and F. Taylor Ostrander; 8. The burden of power: military aspects of international financial relations during the long 1950s Werner Abelshauser; 9. Denationalizing money? Economic liberalism and the 'national question' in currency affairs Eric Helleiner; 10. International financial institutions and national economic governance: aspects of the new adjustment agenda in historical perspective Louis W. Pauly; Index.

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