Combining strong arguments with sharp analysis, this collection of essays explores both national and international financial policies in less-developed countries, the many facets of political economic development, and the reshaping of the international monetary system. Revisiting the debates among economic theorists during the last few decades, these fascinating and original discussions cover key issues at the heart of monetary and financial policy—from profile leadership in developing societies and brain drain to inflation-targeting and economic reform.
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About the Author
Deena Khatkhate is a writer who has contributed articles on economic development and monetary policy to numerous academic journalsincluding Economic and Political Weekly, The Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, Oxford Economic Papers, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, and The Review of Economics and Statisticsand the author of Ruminations of a Gadfly. He lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.