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Monetary problems of an export economy
Henry Christopher Wallich
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|Series||Harvard economic studies, v. 88, Harvard economic studies -- v. 88|
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|Pagination||xiv, 357 p. ;|
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[Besprechung von:] Monetary problems of the international economy. by Robert A. Mundell and Alexander K. Swoboda. Chicago Kemp, Murray Chilvers, () The new international monetary system: essays in honour of Alexander Swoboda. (*)Leland Yeager, International Monetary Relations: Theory, History, and Policy (2nd edition ) has an excellent historical account of the years Harold James, International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods () is a thorough discussion of its subject.
As such, it helps to show how monetary impulses or shocks work their way through the economy to impose changes in money prices or the level of output and employment. For that reason, it is a most important idea for the understanding of business cycles and the problem of inflation, subjects that will occupy much of the remainder of this book.
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