The Origins of International Economic Disorder: A Study of United States International Monetary Policy from World War II to the Present
Monograph examining the impact of the USA monetary policy on the international monetary system - traces trends in the decline of the gold standard, discusses various monetary agreements, and explains the u.s. Balance of payments deficit. Bibliography pp. 259 to 274, references and statistical tables.
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