In This Review

World Recovery Without Inflation
World Recovery Without Inflation
Edited by Randall Hinshaw
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985, 156 pp

The atmosphere of disenchantment with many past policy prescriptions which pervaded the conference reported in this volume led to a lively discussion among economists and bankers who felt-at least, some of them did-that "we have to start thinking again." They covered a wide range of issues and some of the observations made in May 1983 are out of date, but stimulation remains. The discussion of the international coordination of national economic policies and the alternatives is the main contribution.