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THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MONETARY RELATIONS

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THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MONETARY RELATIONS

9781852785758 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Benjamin J. Cohen, Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
Publication Date: 1993 ISBN: 978 1 85278 575 8 Extent: 680 pp
This key reference collection focuses on the international monetary system. It includes seminal contributions on issues such as exchange rate systems, recycling, adjustment mechanisms, debtor–creditor relations, international monetary policy coordination and seigniorage. While focusing on the international system it includes important work on domestic policy making that affects this system.

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This key reference collection focuses on the international monetary system. It includes seminal contributions on issues such as exchange rate systems, recycling, adjustment mechanisms, debtor–creditor relations, international monetary policy coordination and seigniorage. While focusing on the international system it includes important work on domestic policy making that affects this system.
Critical Acclaim
‘This is a very useful book for students of international relations or of the politics of international monetary affairs.’
– K. Alec Chrystal, The Economic Journal
Contributors
Contributors include: H.G. Aubrey, B. Eichengreen, C.P. Kindleberger, K. Rogoff, S. Strange, J. Viner
Contents
25 articles, dating from 1929 to 1991
Contents: 1. Sources of Conflict in International Monetary Relations 2. Cooperation and Conflict: Lessons of Theory 3. Cooperation and Conflict: Lessons of History 4. Regime Analysis and the Theory of Hegemonic Stability 5. Levels of Analysis: Competing Influences on State Behavior 6. Case Studies of International Monetary Policy
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