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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
International gold problem.
London, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1932
|All Authors / Contributors:||Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|Notes:||"Issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs."
"First printed 1931, reprinted 1932."
|Description:||240 pages 2 folded table 25 cm|
|Contents:||The international functions of gold; introductory survey, by Sir Josiah Stamp.--How do we want gold to behave? by D.H. Robertson.--Gold production, by Joseph Kitchin.--How to economize gold, by Sir Otto Niemeyer.--Some problems of international banking policy, by Dr. M. Palyi.--Central bank reserves, by C.H. Kisch.--For what objects do central banks hold gold? by the Hon. R.H. Brand.--The international consequences of the present distribution of gold holdings, by M. Charles Rist.--Appendix: Selected bibliography. Index.|
|Responsibility:||A record of the discussions of a study group of members of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1929-1931.|