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

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Index
Accommodating transactions, 22
Adjustable-peg rates, 91; see also Par-value regime; pegged exchange rates
Adjustment of payments disequilibria: asymmetry of the dollar and, 243; central-bank intervention and, 120; codes of, 59-60; Committee of Twenty's proposals, 112-13; consistency objective and, 58-66; continuing cost of, 29, 62-64; current issues in, 117-24; distributional considerations and, 59-62; dollar standard and, 224-25; domestic power relations and, 60‐ 61 ; efficiency objective and, 24‐ 34 ; floating exchange rates and, 177-79; under gold standard, 78‐ 80 ; pegged-rate mechanism of, 91‐ 94 ; pressures, 123-24; transitional cost of, 29, 64-66
Adjustment vulnerability, 62
Aliber, Robert, 4-5, 60, 236, 244
Asymmetry in world monetary arrangements, 223, 229-53; lessons of history and, 234-36; 1970s circumstances of the dollar and, 236-41; special countries' role in accommodating, 242-45; special currencies' role in accommodating, 245-51; see also Hegemony
Australia, 149
Autarchy, 8
Automaticity, 9, 11, 155-96; defined, 155; exchange-rate flexibility and, 162-79; optimal degree of, 179‐ 96 ; gold standard and, 155-62
Autonomous transactions, 22
Balance of payments, 20-26; see also Adjustment of payments disequilibria
Band proposal, 187-89
Bargaining, see Negotiation
Bartering, 16-17
Basic balance, 23
Bergsten, Fred, 242, 246, 247, 262
Bernstein, Edward, 120, 219
Bimetallism, 76
Bloomfield, Arthur, 79, 194
Bretton Woods system, 5, 65, 66, 89‐ 108, 232, 234; adjustment mechanism under, 91-94, 100-3;history of, 97-104; inflation and, 103-4; liquidity creation and, 99-100; origins of, 90-97; United States and, 73, 94-104; see also International Monetary Fund
Burtle, James, 5
Calleo, David, 98, 228
Canada, 149, 183
Capital-account transactions, 21
Carousel effect, 140, 251-52
Central bank(s): gold standard and, 79; Rambouillet compromise on intervention by, 120-22; world, 197-202, 222-24
Cleveland, Harold v. B., 97-98
Committee of Twenty (C-20), 110-13, 122-26, 130, 132, 133, 234, 262

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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 *
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