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Excellent book on the history of international monetary systems with a detailed, l, exploration of the Gold Standard, Bretton Woods and current exchange rate systems and the impact that political/economic choices have on them. Very US/Euro centric, with only a bit of background on Asia.
Nor is it altogether obvious that the international gold standard promoted internal macroeconomic instability.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996. Eichengreen’s book tells the story in four meaty but easily digested chapters (plus an introduction and conclusion, both very brief), covering the gold standard, the interwar period, the Bretton Woods System, and post-Bretton Woods developments. Nor is it altogether obvious that the international gold standard promoted internal macroeconomic instability. Although the standard proved deflationary until the mid-1890s, this deflation does not seem to have stifled economic growth.
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from UC Santa Cruz in 1974. in Economics, an . hil. in History, and a P. Princeton University Press, 1996, ISBN 0-691-02880-X; 2. Auflage ebd.
Eichengreen's purpose is to provide a brief history of the international monetary system. Now Barry Eichengreen presents a brief, lucid book that tells the story of the international financial system over the past 150 years
Eichengreen's purpose is to provide a brief history of the international monetary system. In this, he succeeds magnificently. Now Barry Eichengreen presents a brief, lucid book that tells the story of the international financial system over the past 150 years.
Business, Finance & Law. Economics. International Economics.
Barry J. Eichengreen. 1Pages: 2year: 17/18.
Barry Eichengreen is the George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.
This book shows the strong influence that the monetary system has had on the world economy at various points in history. The most dramatic example began in 1929, as nations’ rigid reliance on the gold standard facilitated the spread of the Great Depression from country to country.