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The International political economy of monetary relations

Author: Cohen, Benjamin J. Series: Library of international political economy ; 3 Publisher: Edward Elgar , 1993.Language: EnglishDescription: 657 p. : Ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1852785756Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapter by Jonathan Story "The Launching of the EMS: an analysis of change in foreign economic policy", p. 634-649
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapter by Jonathan Story "The Launching of the EMS: an analysis of change in foreign economic policy", p. 634-649

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The International Political Economy of Monetary Relations Contents Acknowledgements Introduction PART I SOURCES OF CONFLICT IN INTERNATIONAL MONETARY RELATIONS 1. Richard N. Cooper (1975), 'Prolegomena to the Choice of an International Monetary System', International Organization, 29 (1), Winter, 63-97 2. Henry G. Aubrey (1966), 'The Political Economy of International Monetary Reform', Social Research, 33 (2), Summer, 218-54 3. Susan Strange (1971), 'The Politics of International Currencies', World Politics, 23 (2), January, 215-31 4. Anthony Lanyi (1972), 'Political Aspects of Exchange-Rate Systems', in Richard L. Merritt (ed.), Communication in International Politics, Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 423-46 PART II COOPERATION AND CONFLICT: LESSONS OF TIIEORY 5. Richard N. Cooper (1972), 'Economic Interdependence and Foreign Policy in the Seventies', World Politics, 24 (2), January, 159-81 6. Lawrence H. Officer and Thomas D. Willett (1970), 'The Interaction of Adjustment and Gold-Conversion Policies in a Reserve-Currency System', Western Economic Journal, VIII (1), March, 47-60 7. Koichi Hamada (1976), 'A Strategic Analysis of Monetary Interdependence', Journal of Political Economy, 84 (4), Part 1, August, 677-700 8. Kenneth Rogoff (1985), 'Can International Monetary Policy Cooperation be Counterproductive?', Journal of International Economics, 18 (3/4), May, 199-217 PART III COOPERATION AND CONFLICT: LESSONS OF HISTORY 9. Jacob Viner (1929), 'International Finance and Balance of Power Diplomacy, 1880-1914', Southwestern Political and Social Science Quarterly, IX (4), March, 407-51 10. Kenneth A. Oye (1985), 'The Sterling-Dollar-Franc Triangle: Monetary Diplomacy 1929-1937', World Politics, 38 (1), October, 173-99 ix xi 3 38 75 92 119 142 156 180 201 246 11. Robert W. Russell (1977), 'Governing the World's Money: Don't Just Do Something; Stand There!', International Organization, 31 (1), Winter, 107-27 12. Charles P. Kindleberger (1967), 'The Politics of International Money and World Language', Princeton Essays in International Finance, 61, August, 1-11 PART IV REGIME ANALYSIS AND THE THEORY OF HEGEMONIC STABILITY 13. Barry Eichengreen (1989), `Hegemonic Stability Theories of the International Monetary System', in Richard N. Cooper, Barry Eichengreen, C. Randall Henning, Gerald Holtham and Robert D. Putnam (eds), Can Nations Agree?, Washington D.C., Brookings Institution, 255-98 14. Joanne Gowa (1984), `Hegemons, IOs, and Markets: The Case of the Substitution Account', International Organization, 38 (4), Autumn, 661-83 15. Benjamin J. Cohen (1982), 'Balance-of-Payments Financing: Evolution of a Regime', International Organization, 36 (2), Spring, 457-78 16. Charles Lipson (1981), 'The International Organization of Third World Debt', International Organization, 35 (4), Autumn, 603-31 PART V LEVELS OF ANALYSIS: COMPETING INFLUENCES ON STATE BEHAVIOUR 17. Jeffry A. Frieden (1991), Invested Interests: The Politics of National Economic Policies in a World of Global Finance', International Organization, 45 (4), Autumn, 425-51 18. Ethan B. Kapstein (1989), `Resolving the Regulator's Dilemma: International Coordination of Banking Regulations', International Organization, 43 (2), Spring, 323-47 19. Miles Kahler (1988), `Organization and Cooperation: International Institutions and Policy Coordination', Journal of Public Policy, 8 (3/4), July-December, 375-401 20. Susan Strange (1990), 'Finance, Information and Power', Review of International Studies, 16 (3), July, 259-74 21. Benjamin J. Cohen (1989), `Developing-Country Debt: A Middle Way', Princeton Essays in International Finance, 173, May, 1-38 PART VI CASE STUDIES OF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY POLICY 22. John S. Odell (1979), 'The U.S. and the Emergence of Flexible Exchange Rates: An Analysis of Foreign Policy Change', International Organization, 33 (1), Winter, 57-81 273 294 307 351 374 396 427 454 479 506 522 563 23. C. Randall Henning and I.M. Destler (1988), 'From Neglect to Activism: American Politics and the 1985 Plaza Accord', Journal of Public Policy, 8 (3/4), July-December, 317-33 24. Benjamin J. Cohen (1985), 'International Debt and Linkage Strategies: Some Foreign-Policy Implications for the United States', International Organization, 39 (4), Autumn, 699-727 25. Jonathan Story (1988), 'The Launching of the EMS: An Analysis of Change in Foreign Economic Policy', Political Studies, XXXVI (3), September, 397-412 Name Index 588 605 634 651

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