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Managing the global economy

Author: Jonathan Michie; John Grieve Smith
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.
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"This book examines current issues in the world economic order, and asks what new initiatives are necessary to ensure stability, growth and high levels of employment. In so doing the authors pose the question whether the institutions and frameworks of Bretton Woods (The IMF, The World Bank, managed exchange rates etc) are appropriate to meet the new challenges." "Managing the Global Economy will be essential reading  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Michie; John Grieve Smith
ISBN: 0198289693 9780198289692 0198289685 9780198289685
OCLC Number: 31239156
Description: xxvii, 343 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Trade and growth : a historical perspective / Michael Kitson and Jonathan Michie --
The Bretton Woods system : concept and practice / Mica Panic --
Taming international finance / Yilmaz Akyuz --
Employment and unemployment, North and South / Ajit Singh and Ann Zammit --
Globalization and labour standards / Werner Sengenberger and Frank Wilkinson --
Transnational corporations and the nation state / Richard Kozul-Wright --
International capital movements : some proposals for reform / Yilmaz Akyuz and Andrew Cornford --
International financial markets and national transmissin mechanisms / Laurence Harris --
Derivatives : a growing threat to the international financial system / Ruth Kelly --
Managing the exchange rate system / Gerald Holtham --
Lessons of exchange rate targeting / Mike Artis --
The international origins of unemployment / John Eatwell --
A programme for reform / John Grieve Smith --
A postscript / Will Hutton.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Michie and John Grieve Smith.
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Describes the key trends in the world economy, and indicates what new institutional arrangements might be appropriate, but stresses that action will not be taken until the prevailing fatalistic  Read more...

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