Peru and the International Monetary Fund

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Peru and the International Monetary Fund

By Thomas Scheetz
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986
257 pp.

The IMF's monetary approach to a Peruvian balance of payments comes under heavy fire here, the author assailing it as neither good theory nor good policy and accusing it of aiming not at stabilization but at a surplus in external accounts. There is extensive statistical material.

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