International Money and Finance / Edition 3by C. Paul Hallwood, Ronald MacDonald
With the third edition of International Money and Finance, Hallwood and MacDonald continue to provide an invaluable resource for advanced undergraduates and graduates studying monetary economics in an international context. Reflecting monetary, neoclassical, and neoKeynesian research agendas, the book investigates all four dimensions of international money and… See more details below
With the third edition of International Money and Finance, Hallwood and MacDonald continue to provide an invaluable resource for advanced undergraduates and graduates studying monetary economics in an international context. Reflecting monetary, neoclassical, and neoKeynesian research agendas, the book investigates all four dimensions of international money and finance - theory, evidence, policy, and institutions.
In addition to offering new and revised sections to reflect the latest theoretical and empirical research, the third edition includes new chapters on:
- real shocks and exchange regime volatility.
- currency crises and speculative attack.
- exchange rate target zones and 'dirty floating'
- exchange rates and transition economies.
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- 6.80(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.20(d)
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- 18 Years
Table of Contents
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|2||Some Basic Concepts in International Finance||10|
|3||Spot and Forward Exchange Rates: Some More Basic Ideas||24|
|4||Income and the Balance of Payments||44|
|5||Macroeconomics in an Open Economy: The Mundell-Fleming Model and Some Extensions||67|
|6||International Policy Coordination||94|
|7||Purchasing Power Parity: Theory and Evidence||122|
|8||The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments||155|
|9||The Monetary View of Exchange Rate Determination||176|
|10||The Monetary Model: Further Applications - Real Shocks and Exchange Regime Volatility||212|
|11||The Portfolio Balance Approach to the Determination of the Exchange Rate||226|
|12||Spot and Forward Exchange Rates and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis||249|
|13||Expectational Explanations for the Rejection of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis and the "News"||277|
|14||Currency Crises and Speculative Attacks||303|
|15||Exchange Rate Target Zones and "Dirty Floating"||321|
|16||The International Gold Standard: Theory and Experience||336|
|17||The Dollar Standard Today and During the Bretton Woods Era||353|
|19||International Capital Flows||388|
|20||Developing Countries, Balance of Payments Adjustment, and the International Monetary Fund||409|
|21||The Order of Liberalization in Developing Countries||430|
|22||Exchange Rates and Transition Economies||443|
|24||International Monetary Reform||472|
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