Modern Exchange-rate Regimes, Stabilisation Programmes and Co-ordination of Macroeconomic Policies: Recent Experiences of Selected Developing Latin American Economies

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Ashgate, Jan 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 334 pages
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This work analyzes the phenomenon of macroeconomic adjustment, with special emphasis on selected Latin American countries facing stabilization programmes. It provides a historical description of the origins, functioning and collapse of exchange-rate regimes from the international classical gold standard period to modern arrangements. The author supports the argument that systemic asymmetries in the worldwide adjustment mechanism are inherent in the international monetary system.

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Origins and Functioning of Modern ExchangeRate Regimes
Systemic Asymmetries Inherent in the International
Revisiting the Rules

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