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Remaking the international monetary system

Fritz Machlup

Remaking the international monetary system

the Rio agreement and beyond.

by Fritz Machlup

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Published by Johns Hopkins Press, with the Committee for Economic Development in Baltimore, London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL21900162M
ISBN 100801804175

The Bilderberg Plan for Remaking the Global Political Economy Global Research, From May , the global elite met in secret in Greece for the yearly Bilderberg conference, amid scattered and limited global media attention. Roughly of the world’s most powerful individuals came together to discuss the pressing issues of today,. Catherine Schenk is Professor of International Economic History at the University of Glasgow. She is the author of many articles on Britain’s international monetary and financial policy since , including Britain and the Sterling Area (Routledge, ). She is currently completing an ESRC-funded research project “Managing the Decline of.

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