Organizing the World's Money: The Political Economy of International Monetary Relations

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Acknowledgments

This book was written between June 1975 and August 1976, while I was on academic leave from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Final revisions of the manuscript were completed in October 1976.

The book was written at the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs (Paris), at the invitation of the chairman of the Institute's Board of Governors, Jonkheer John H. Loudon, and the Institute's Director-General (now retired), Mr. John W. Tuthill. (The present Director-General is Dr. Martin Hillenbrand.) The Institute provided an exceptionally stimulating environment for reflection and writing. With a well-stocked specialized library, a congenial and supportive staff, and a location in close proximity to OECD headquarters in Paris, the Institute is highly conducive to productive research on international economic policy issues. I consider myself extraordinarily fortunate to have had the opportunity to spend fifteen months there.

Principal financial support for this book was provided by the Rockefeller Foundation, in the form of a generous fellowship under the Foundation's Program on Conflict in International Relations. The Atlantic Institute provided supplementary resources, including financial and logistical support for interview trips to Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. I am, of course, deeply grateful for the assistance of both organizations.

I am also deeply grateful to a number of colleagues and friends who offered me the benefit of their thoughtful comments and criticisms while this book was in preparation. These include Robert

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • Part I - The Analytical Groundwork *
  • Chapter 1 - The Efficiency Objective *
  • Chapter 2 - The Consistency Objective *
  • Chapter 3 - A Brief History of International Monetary Relations *
  • Chapter 4 - Issues and Actors in Monetary Relations Today *
  • Part II - Alternative Organizing Principles *
  • Chapter 5 - Automaticity *
  • Chapter 6 - Supranationality *
  • Chapter 7 - Hegemony *
  • Chapter 8 - Negotiation *
  • Chapter 9 - Conclusions *
  • Notes *
  • Index *
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