INTERNATIONAL MONEY AND FINANCE HALLWOOD PDF

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. We discuss the effectiveness of pegged exchange rate regimes from an historical perspective, drawing conclusions for their effectiveness today. Starting with the classical gold standard period, we point out that a succession of pegged regimes have ended in failure; except for the first, which was ended by the outbreak of World War I, all of the others we discuss have been ended by adverse economic developments for which the regimes themselves were partly responsible.

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International Money and Finance. We discuss the effectiveness of pegged exchange rate regimes from an historical perspective, drawing conclusions for their effectiveness today. Starting with the classical gold standard period, we point out that a succession of pegged regimes have ended in failure; except for the first, which was ended by the outbreak of World War I, all of the others we discuss have been ended by adverse economic developments for which the regimes themselves were partly responsible.

Prior to World War II the main problem was a shortage of monetary gold that we argue is implicated as a cause of the Great Depression.

After World War II, more particularly from the lates, the main problem has been a surfeit of the main international reserve asset, the US dollar. This has led to generalized inflation in the s and into the s. Today, excessive dollar international base money creation is again a problem that could have serious consequences for world economic stability.

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International Money and Finance, 3rd Edition

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Starting with the classical gold standard period, we point out that a succession of pegged regimes have ended in failure; except for the first, which was ended by the outbreak of World War I, all of the others we discuss have been ended by adverse economic developments for which the regimes themselves were partly responsible. Prior to World War II the main problem was a shortage of monetary gold that we argue is implicated as a cause of the Great Depression. After World War II, more particularly from the lates, the main problem has been a surfeit of the main international reserve asset, the US dollar. This has led to generalized inflation in the s and into the s. Today, excessive dollar international base money creation is again a problem that could have serious consequences for world economic stability.

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