Money in a Maelstrom

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Money in a Maelstrom

By J. W. Beyen
Macmillan, 1949
221 pp. $3.25

A prominent Dutch banker, now an executive director of the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank, tells the story of international monetary problems and the efforts to deal with them since the end of the First World War. He finds that during this period much greater stress has come to be put on social implications, with the result that new problems have arisen for which we are only beginning to find solutions.

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