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Reform of the international monetary system and internationalization of the renminbi

Author: Ruogu Li
Publisher: Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, [2016] ©2016
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"This book argues that only by reforming the international monetary system can we prevent financial crises in the future and the internationalization of the Renminbi, China's national currency, will be an important step in the process. Just as the old saying goes, "An old building needs to be demolished before a new one can be erected in its place," there will be no construction without destruction. The commencement  Read more...
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Li, Ruogu.
Reform of the international monetary system and internationalization of the renminbi.
Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, [2016]
(DLC) 2015031940
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ruogu Li
ISBN: 9789814699051 9814699055
OCLC Number: 945758119
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface; About the Author; Part One Evolution of the International Monetary System; Chapter 1 The Gold Standard; 1.1 Origin of the Gold Standard; 1.2 Characteristics of the Gold Standard; 1.3 Breakdown of the Gold Standard; 1.4 Evaluation of the Gold Standard; Chapter 2 The Gold-exchange Standard; 2.1 Origin of the Gold-exchange Standard; 2.2 Characteristics of the Gold-exchange Standard; 2.3 Breakdown of the Gold-exchange Standard; 2.4 Evaluation of the Gold-exchange Standard; Chapter 3 The Bretton Woods System; 3.1 Origin of the Bretton Woods System. 3.2 Characteristics of the Bretton Woods System3.3 Development of the Bretton Woods System; 3.3.1 The fi rst dollar crisis; 3.3.2 The second dollar crisis; 3.3.3 The third dollar crisis; 3.4 Evaluation of the Bretton Woods System; Chapter 4 Patterns in the Evolution of the International Monetary System; 4.1 A Dynamic Analysis of the Evolution of the International Monetary System; 4.2 An Analysis of Development Trends in the International Monetary System; 4.2.1 Trend towards credit-based currencies; 4.2.2 Trend in evolution of BOP adjustment mechanism. 4.3 Lessons Derived From the Evolution of the International Monetary SystemPart Two The Current International Monetary System; Chapter 5 Characteristics of the Current International Monetary System; 5.1 Establishment of the Jamaica System; 5.2 Characteristics of the Jamaica System; 5.2.1 A dollar-dominated multi-currency structure; 5.2.2 Emergence of diversifi ed exchange rate regimes featuring a core vs. periphery framework; 5.2.3 Co-existence of global and regional coordination mechanisms; 5.2.4 More diversifi ed but still imperfect balance of payments (BOP) adjustment mechanisms. 5.3 Evolution of the International Economy under the Jamaica SystemChapter 6 Appraisal of the Current International Monetary System; 6.1 Positive Role of the Contemporary International Monetary System; 6.1.1 Mitigating the Triffi n Dilemma; 6.1.2 Making the rigid exchange rate system fl exible; 6.1.3 Diversifi ed coordination mechanisms: Remedying inadequacy of bretton woods institutions; 6.1.4 Money creation function of the dollar was good for global economic development during a particular period; 6.2 Flaws of the Contemporary International Monetary System; 6.2.1 Built-in instability. 6.2.2 Unequal rights and obligations between the core and periphery countries6.2.3 Global economic and fi nancial disequilibrium; Chapter 7 Sustainability of the Current International Monetary System --
An Analysis; 7.1 The Dollar Cannot Shoulder the Responsibility of a Standard International Currency; 7.2 Balance of Payments (BOP) Disequilibrium --
A Long-term Dilemma for the International Monetary System; 7.3 The Financial Crisis Reveals Conflicts in the Current International Monetary System; 7.3.1 A brief review of the fi nancial crises under the current international monetary system11.
Responsibility: Ruogu Li, the Export-Import Bank of China, China.

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