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Policy Issues in the Evolving International Monetary System

Mark Taylor (), Peter Isard, Morris Goldstein and Paul Masson ()

No 96, IMF Occasional Papers from International Monetary Fund

Abstract: How can international monetary stability be promoted? This study looks at ways to bolster economic policies and coordination among the industrial countries serving as nominal anchors for the world economy. It also assesses the operation of monetary unions and common currency areas. The authors conclude that problems with the world monetary system reflect weaknesses outside the exchange rate arena, and that exchange rate commitements must be tailored to individual country characteristics.

Date: 1992-06-15
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