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International liquidity issues / Thomas D. Willett.

; American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research ; United States. Special Study on Economic Change
Washington, D.C. : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, [1980] .
ISBN 0844733881, 9780844733883

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Other Authors United States. Special Study on Economic Change.
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.
Subjects International liquidity.
Internationale Liquidität.
Liquidités internationales.
Series AEI studies ; 283.
Description 114 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-114).
Contents pt. 1. Introduction. part 2. Analytic history if international liquidity concepts and developments. Gold standard rules of the game -- Rise of concern with domestic macroeconomic conditions -- International disequilibrium system and the allocation of adjustment pressures -- International liquidity and the adjustable peg system -- Determining reserve adequacy -- Reserve role of the dollar and the inefficiency of adjustment signaling under the Bretton Woods gold-dollar system -- Interrelationship of international liquidity and confidence problems: the Triffin dilemma -- Failure of the SDR reform -- Effects of the international liquidity explosion of 1970-1972 -- Alternative views of the demand for international reserves -- Reserve runoffs after the adoption of floating rates -- International liquidity implications of the oil shock -- Criteria for evaluating excessive international liquidity creation -- Eurocurrency markets and private international liquidity -- Official reserve holdings in the Eurocurrency markets -- Official borrowing and uncontrolled international liquidity creation -- Ideal solution to the interrelationship between international liquidity and adjustment policies -- Developments in 1976-1978: final example of the need to look beyond the behavior of reserve aggregates -- part 3. Some current major international liquidity issues. Never-ending search for international monetary reform -- Control over international liquidity -- International monetary stability and the tightness of international monetary organization -- Effects of international capital mobility in general -- Role of the SDR -- Dollar overhang and potential instability from multiple reserve assets -- IMF substitution facility -- Strengthening the role of the IMF -- part 4. Summary and conclusions.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6447215
(OCoLC)ocm06447215
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WorldCat Identities Willett, Thomas D.
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