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The dilemmas of the dollar : the economics and politics of United States international monetary policy

The dilemmas of the dollar : the economics and politics of United States international monetary policy (3회 대출)

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Bergsten, C. Fred, 1941-
서명 / 저자사항
The dilemmas of the dollar : the economics and politics of United States international monetary policy / C. Fred Bergsten.
발행사항
[New York] :   New York University Press,   1975.  
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xv, 584 p. : tables ; 21 cm.
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0814710018 :
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"A Council on Foreign Relations book."  
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Foreign exchange --United States. Balance of payments --United States. International economic relations.
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CONTENTS
Preface = xiii
PartⅠ THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM - MYTH AND REALITY = 1
 1. THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL MONETARY REFORM = 3
  The Purpose of this Book = 3
  The Plan of the Book = 7
 2. THE ECONOMICS AND POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL MONEY = 12
  The Economics of International Money = 12
  The Politics of International Money : National Goals = 19
  The Politics of International Money : National Powers = 28
 3. THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM : PAST AND PRESENT = 46
  Before 1914: The "Gold Standard" = 46
  The Interview Period : A "Gold Exchange Standard" = 52
  The Postwar Period = 62
  The Tripartite Nature of the Postwar International Monetary System = 65
  The Evolution of the Tripartite System = 79
PartⅡ THE INTERNATIONAL ROLE OF THE DOLLAR = 97
 4. ATTRIBUTES OF A KEY CURRENCY : THE POLITICS = 99
  The World Role = 101
  The Decline of Dominance = 112
  Foreign Cooperation = 118
  Summary = 122
 5. ATTRIBUTES OF A KEY CURRENCY : THE EXTERNAL ECONOMICS = 124
  The Fundamental Requirement : Confidence in Convertibility = 124
  The Liquidity Ratio = 138
  The Balance-of-Payments Position = 152
  The International Investment Position and the Balance-of-Payments Structure = 164
 Summary = 172
 6. ATTRIBUTES OF A KEY CURRENCY : THE INTERNAL ECONOMICS = 175
  Economic Growth = 175
  Price Stability = 178
  The Domestic Economic Criteria : A Comparison National Size = 181
  National Size = 182
  Independence from External Constraints = 185
  Savings Flows and Capital Markets = 191
  Summary and Conclusions (of Chapters 4-6) = 197
 7. THE DIRECT EFFECTS ON THE U.S. ECONOMY OF THE DOLLAR'S INTERNATIONAL ROLES = 203
  The Direct Effect on Domestic Economic Policy = 204
  Seigniorage = 209
  The Banking Sector = 215
  Other Direct Effects on the Balance of Payments = 220
  Conclusion = 223
  Welfare Effects = 225
  Appendix : A Comparison with the United Kingdom = 229
 8. THE THREAT FROM THE OVERHANG = 233
  Actual Conversions from the Overhand : The Theory = 236
  The Historical Record : U.S. Gold Sales and the Overhang = 246
  U.S. Policy toward the Overhang in the Past = 257
  Leverage = 266
  Summary and Outlook = 269
 9. THE DOLLAR AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE U.S. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS = 273
  Slowing Growth = 278
  The Policy Mix = 281
  Incomes Policy = 286
  Direct Controls on Current Account = 289
  Direct Controls on Government Expenditure = 295
  Capital Controls = 297
  Exchange-Rate Changes = 304
  Summary and Conclusion = 311
 10. THE U.S. INTEREST IN THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM = 315
  The U.S. Economic Interest in an Effective System = 315
  The Economic Interest of the United States in the World Economy = 319
  The U.S. Political Interest = 329
  The Impact of the Dollar in Achieving an Effective International Monetary System = 333
  Systemic Political Problems = 337
  Summary and Conclusion = 339
PartⅢ POLICY ALTERNATIVES AND REFORM PROPOSALS = 343
 11. ELIMINATING THE DOLLAR = 345
  Freely Flexible Exchange Rates = 347
  The Gold Standard = 354
  Adoption of an International Reserve Asset = 365
  Replacement by a New Reserve Currency = 376
  Eliminating the Intervention Currency Rate = 390
  Eliminating the Transaction Currency Role = 393
  Summary and Conclusions = 394
 12. "CROWNING" THE DOLLAR = 398
  A Dollar Standard by Force Majeure = 399
  A Guaranteed Dollar Standard = 407
  A Market-Determined Dollar Standard = 421
  Summary and a Comparison = 428
 13. INTERMEDIATE OPTION FOR CHANGING THE INTERNATIONAL ROLES OF THE DOLLAR = 430
  Limited Flexibilityof Exchange Rates = 430
  Limited Degrees of Flexibility = 431
  Who Should Flex? = 456
  Effects on Liquidity = 462
  The Effects on the Dollar = 465
  Political Considerations = 473
   Limited Dollar Consolidation via an International Asset = 474
  A New Alternative : Optional Consolidation = 476
   A Multiple Reserve Currency System = 482
  The Effect of the Dollar = 487
   Summary and Conclusion = 488
 14. THE NEED FOR REFORM OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM = 491
  The U.S. Interest in Monetary Reform = 499
  The Relationship among the Specific Problems = 510
  The Bases of Reform = 513
  The Urgency of Action = 516
 15. THE REFORM OF ADJUSTMENT AND LIQUIDITY = 518
  Adjustment = 518
  Greater Flexibility of Exchange Rates = 518
  New Guidelines for Adjustment = 520
  International Sanctions = 527
  The Effects on the United States = 528
  Full Flexibility = 531
   The Reform of Liquidity = 531
  The Growth of Reserves = 531
  Consolidation of the Overhang = 535
  The Terms of Consolidation = 539
  The Composition of Future Reserve Growth = 543
  "Crowning" SDRs = 545
  Gold = 547
  The Effect on the United States and Dollar Convertibility = 549
  Flows of Liquid Capital = 550
 16. THE NEW WORLD = 553
Index = 561


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