The World Dollar Problem

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The World Dollar Problem

By Donald Macdougall
St. Martin's Press, 1957
622 pp. $12.50

The author, a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, addresses himself to the question whether the so-called dollar problem was a temporary consequence of the war or whether it is likely to persist in the future as a troublesome feature of the international economy of the non-Communist world. On the whole he is somewhat pessimistic and anticipates recurrent deficits.

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