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Currency wars : offense and defense through systemic thinking

Author: Jeffrey Yi-Lin Forrest; Yirong Ying; Zaiwu Gong
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018] ©2018
Series: Contemporary systems thinking.
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This book uses systematic thinking and applies it to the study of financial crises. It systematically presents how the systemic yoyo model, its thinking logic, and its methodology can be employed as a common playground and intuition to the study of money, international finance, and economic reforms. This book establishes theoretical backings for why some of the most employed interferences of the market and empirical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Forrest, Jeffrey Yi-Lin.
Currency Wars : Offense and Defense through Systemic Thinking.
Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, z. Hd. Alexander Grossmann, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Yi-Lin Forrest; Yirong Ying; Zaiwu Gong
ISBN: 9783319677651 3319677659
OCLC Number: 1013827534
Notes: Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 5, 2017).
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Unconscious, helpless, and orchestrated financial crises --
Systems research and the systemic yoyo model --
Part I. Systemic modeling of economic entities and processes ; Systemic representation of economic organizations --
Order reduction of dynamic monetary systems --
Estimating the state of economy through observers --
Estimating the state of economy through controllers --
Part II. Instability : the brewing of currency wars ; Some major financial crises in history : 1929 --
2008 --
Effects of foreign capital on economic security --
Economic security under disturbances of foreign capital --
Part III. Observability : initiating currency wars ; Inevitability of currency wars --
Flashing with swords : how currency wars take place --
Part IV. Strategies of self defense ; Self-defense through manipulating exchange rate --
Self-defense based on feedback mechanism --
Another plan of self protection --
Part V. Clean up disastrous aftermath through policies and reforms ; Design economic policies based on various performance indicators --
Design economic policies that do not create bumpy recovery --
The problem of optimal macroeconomic regulations --
Steepest optimal policies for regulating capital flows and exchange rates --
The problem of optimal path for financial reform --
Part VI. Specific case analyses ; Renminbi : a new reserve currency --
A general theory of international money --
Where will the U.S. dollar go? --
Where will Chinese yuan go? --
Avoiding currency wars with a single world currency?
Series Title: Contemporary systems thinking.
Responsibility: Jeffrey Yi-Lin Forrest, Yirong Ying, Zaiwu Gong.

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This book uses systematic thinking and applies it to the study of financial crises. It systematically presents how the systemic yoyo model, its thinking logic, and its methodology can be employed as a common playground and intuition to the study of money, international finance, and economic reforms. This book establishes theoretical backings for why some of the most employed interferences of the market and empirical experiences actually work. It has become urgent for economists and policy makers to understand how international speculative capital affects the economic security of various nations. By looking at issues of monetary movement around the world, this book shows that there are clearly visible patterns behind the flows of capital, and that there are a uniform language and logic of reasoning that can be powerfully employed in the studies of international finance. As shown in this book, many of the conclusions drawn on the basis of these visible patterns, language, and logic of thinking can be practically applied to produce tangible economic benefits. -- From back cover.

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