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International monetary relations

Author: Susan Strange; Christopher Prout
Publisher: London ; New York : Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Oxford University Press, 1976.
Series: International economic relations of the western world, 1959-1971, v. 2.
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Strange, Susan, 1923-
International monetary relations.
London ; New York : Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Oxford University Press, 1976
(OCoLC)654666421
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Strange; Christopher Prout
ISBN: 0192183176 9780192183170
OCLC Number: 2346452
Description: xi, 416 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Rationale --
The historical perspective --
The organization of the gold pool and the 1961 Basle agreement --
The Internatinal Monetary Fund: new responses --
Multilateral surveillance --
The ecocurrency market --
The liquidity debate: 1960-1965 --
The liquidity negotiations 1965-1969 --
Bolstering the dollar 1965-1969 --
South Africa against the oligarchy --
The unsettled system: Stockholm to the Smithsonian 1968-1971 --
Conclusion --
Finance for developing countries --
Aid clubs --
Commercial lending --
Conspiring to prevent default.
Series Title: International economic relations of the western world, 1959-1971, v. 2.
Responsibility: Susan Strange ; with essay on finance for developing countries, Christopher Prout.
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