How can the cost of debt crises be reduced?
Jeromin Zettelmeyer ()
Chapter 13 in The Future of the International Monetary System, 2005 from Edward Elgar Publishing
Is the international financial architecture debate over? Not according to leading experts gathered together in this impressive volume who try to identify the key trends that will fashion the international financial system in the years ahead. As history has shown, the evolution of the international monetary system is a slow process. However, the authors argue that we may be entering a new era in which a combination of factors will have lasting consequences on the functioning of the international monetary system and the future role of the IMF.
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