Trade Policy and International Finance in the Bretton Woods Era: a Doctrinal Perspective with Reference to Australia and New Zealand

The Bretton Woods system embodied a self-imposed liquidity constraint. Trade policy was subordinated to the maintenance of official foreign reserves used to defend fixed exchange rates. In Australia and New Zealand, reserves were considered a form of national self-insurance against the instability o...

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Volume: 59
Main Author: Endres, Anthony M
Rogers, Alan J
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Routledge 01.01.2014
published in: History of economics review Vol. 59; no. 1; pp. 62 - 81
Data of publication: 1/1/2014
ISSN: 1037-0196
EISSN: 1838-6318
Discipline: Economics
Online Access: available in Bonn?
Database: CrossRef
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