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Europe and the money muddle from bilateralism to near-convertibility, 1947-1956. by Robert Triffin

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English


  • Currency question -- Europe,
  • Foreign exchange -- Europe.

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SeriesYale studies in economics, 7, Yale studies in economics, 7
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 351 p. diagrs. ;
Number of Pages351
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21471240M

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One of the best non-technical books on the money problem, with special reference to the United States. The author, who served as one of the advisers to the American delegation at the London Economic Conference, gives an account of the fluctuations in the monetary policy of the Roosevelt Administration, and makes some keen criticisms of methods and aims. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Kitschelt, Herbert Growth and Persistence of the Radical Right in Postindustrial Democracies: Advances and Challenges in Comparative Research. West European Politics, Vol. 30, Issue. 5, p. Turning round the by:   Money: The Unauthorised Biography by Felix Martin – review A timely and entertaining history of money challenges not only capitalism but our entire notion of what currency is Ian Birrell.   No wonder that minds accustomed to the atmosphere of currency find themselves in an intellectual money-muddle. But the money-muddle is more than intellectual: it tends to become real. Money is a token, or artifice devised by intelligence to express a reality. But intelligence, as Lewis Carroll reminds us, 'can make words [or tokens] mean anything.'.