An analysis of what the dollar's role as the world's leading currency
has meant for the U.S. economy during the last five decades. Presents
different scenarios for international monetary reform and assesses
their respective implications for the United States. Bergsten, the
Director of the Institute for International Economics, makes the case
for explicit target zones that would be managed by international
policy coordination under the auspices of the International Monetary
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