5 edition of Monetary Standards in the Periphery found in the catalog.
February 5, 2000
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Pablo Martin Acena (Editor), Jaime Reis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
As it happened in the past with the gold-standard, the euro condemns today the peripheral countries to a deflationary process which might last for a decade. A more pro-European approach is needed with both sides of the system (core and periphery) making the required adjustment efforts, though in the opposite way, to save the eurozone and Europe. This volume presents a broad investigation into the relationship between the centre and the periphery in banking. Focusing on the historical development of financial markets, from their emergence in the early modern period to today's global financial and capital markets, the chapters investigate how local, national and international relationships have affected and .
A common belief in both academic and policy circles is that cyclical monetary policy in the United States increases the volatility of capital flows to the periphery. More recently, many studies on capital flows also focus on the U.S. Subprime Crisis. These studies emphasize the excessive. We examine in this chapter how the G and the BRICS dealt with the global financial crisis through a number of summits and how the initial impetus for cooperation and the strengthening of the international economic architecture slowly fizzled out. The front of unity that led to many unprecedented reforms of the global economic system was subsequently replaced .
The book provides a lot of examples that show that the Gold Standard is not a panacea and that even with the Gold Standard economies do falter, forcing governments to abandon it. This said, the book is not doctrinaire in its opposition to the Gold Standard and has a prescient warning for the future given on the last page of the book, namely Reviews: way the gold standard system operated, but also the idea that the international gold standard constituted an international public good, the benefits of which were equally available to all. The classical gold standard required the continued acquiescence of periphery countries in order to preserve a semblance of 13 Ibid.
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And France. Thus, this book, in which leading monetary historians in six “peripheral” economies present case-studies of the operation of the gold. standard, is particularly welcome. The book begins with a brief chapter by Pablo Martin Acena, Jaime Reis and.
Agustin Llona Rodriguez that summarizes the literature on two related themes. AceñaPablo Martín y ReisJaime (eds): Monetary Standards in the Periphery: Paper, Silver and Gold, Basingstoke, Macmillan Press Ltd.,pp. - Volume 19 Issue 2 - Author: Eugene N.
White. The remarkably successful gold standard before was the first international monetary regime. This book addresses the experience of the gold standard peripheries; i.e. regime takers with limited influence on the regime.
How did small countries adjust to an international monetary regime with seemingly little room for policy autonomy. Monetary Standards in the Periphery: Paper, Silver and Gold, Edited by Pablo Martin Acena and Jaime Reis.
London: Macmillan, Pp. Author: Marc Flandreau. We analyze the policies of China, Japan, the eurozone, and of several peripheral states. We argue that many states, including India and Mexico, have copied China’s example and have tried to address the Trilemma by accumulating large FX reserves and intervening in the currency market.
We analyze how China has succeeded in making the yuan Author: Elli Louka. Their book presents a careful and interesting study of the Greek monetary policy experiences over the past 25 years. It demonstrates how Greece moved from an inflation ridden economy characterized by rigid controls of the financial sector to an economy for which an independent central bank and inflation targeting are credible options.
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Includes bibliographical references and. The classical gold standard has long been a source of fascination to historians, monetary economists and policy makers.
This book focuses on a sample of six of the 40 countries who adhered to it later, from Europe and Latin America, and. Monetary standards in the periphery: paper, silver and gold, ; [ arose out of a conference that took place in Lisbon in December on the theme 'The Gold Standard in the Countries of the Periphery'] (Book, )  Get this from a library.
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