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International economic reform; collected papers of Emile Despres. Edited by Gerald M. Meier.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0195016106

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Subjects Economic development.
Foreign exchange problem.
International economic relations.
International finance.
Description xviii, 293 p. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents International trade: Britain's foreign exchange policy. Germany's exchange control mechanism. American aid and Western European recovery. Western Europe's long-term balance-of-payments problem. The mechanism for adjustment in international payments: the lessons of postwar experience. The significance of the European Common Market to the American economy.--International development: Dimensions and dilemmas of economic development. Determining the size of a development plan: Pakistan. Price distortions and development planning: Pakistan. The welfare state and development expenditure: Pakistan. Financing development: Malaysia. Inflation and development: Brazil.--International monetary reform: Capital movements, gold, and balance of payments. A proposal for strengthening the dollar. Toward the demonetization of gold. International financial intermediation. The dollar and world liquidity: a minority view. Gold: where to from here?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00578185
(OCoLC)578185
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