|2.1 Pre-Bretton Woods specie convertibility and suspensions ||20|
|2.2 Bretton Woods, 1946-1971, par values, suspensions and par charges ||24|
|2.3 Descriptive statistics of new issues of securities in London (current and real values) 1865-1914 ||42|
|2.4 Descriptive statistics of selected open economy variables, 21 countries, 1881-1990: inflation ||46|
|2.5 Descriptive statistics of selected open economy variables, 21 countries, 1881-1990: money growth ||52|
|2.6 Descriptive statistics of selected open economy variables, 21 countries, 1881-1990: government deficit as a percentage of GNP ||58|
|2.7 Supply (permanent) and demand (temporary) shocks: 21 countries, 1881-1990 ||66|
|5.1 Monetary systems of the world, 1868 ||115|
|5.2 Monetary systems of the world, 1908 ||120|
|8.1 Public accounts, monetary evolution and economic performance in Portugal 1854-1990: a summary ||205|
|8.2 Statistical appendix ||218|
|9.1 Convergence criteria ||247|
|9.2 Phases of Portuguese currency experience and gradual regime changes towards convertibility ||256|
|9.3 Relative duration of different currency regimes, 1834-1993 ||257|
|9.4 Convergence in the cohesion states ||261|
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Book title: Currency Convertibility: The Gold Standard and beyond.
Contributors: Jorge Braga De Macedo - Editor, Barry Eichengreen - Editor, Jaime Reis - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: ix.
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