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Domestic Goals and Financial Interdependence: The Frankfurt Dialogue

Domestic Goals and Financial Interdependence: The Frankfurt Dialogue

Edited by Randall Hinshaw

Dekker, 1980, 184 pp.

As he has five times before, Professor Hinshaw of Claremont puts into highly readable form and modest length several days of discussion by a number of leading economists, some of whom have talked at much greater length and less vividly than they do here. Their topics were central: how governments can manage their economies under the impact of worldwide inflation, exposure to international capital markets, and disorderly behavior by others.