The International Monetary System: Forty Years After Bretton Woods
Conference Series 28
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Jeffrey H. Bergstrand
Reflections on Bretton Woods 1944
Edward M. Bernstein
Is There a Need for Reform?
Richard N. Cooper; with discussion by Lord Eric Roll, Ariel Buira, and Anthony M. Solomon
International Liquidity: Are the Supply and Composition Appropriate?
John Williamson; with discussion by W. Max Corden
International Emergency Lending Facilities: Are They Adequate?
Pedro-Pablo Kuczynski; with dicussion by Charles P. Kindleberger
Exchange Rate Arrangements in the Eighties
Robert V. Roosa; with discussion by Jacob A. Frenkel
The European Monetary System: Tombstone or Cornerstone?
Robert Triffin; with discussion by Robert Solomon
International Capital Movements: The Tail that Wags the Dog
Henry C. Wallich; with discussion by Robert Z. Aliber
Adjustments in World Payments: An Evaluation
Otmar Emminger; with discussion by Rudiger Dornbusch
The Conditions Attached to Adjustment Financing
Adolfo C. Diz; with discussion by Eduardo Wiesner
The Role of the International Monetary Fund
Jacques J. Polak; with discussion by C. Fred Bergsten
The International Monetary Fund 50 Years after Bretton Woods
After the Fall: Re-Evaluating Supervisory, Regulatory, and Monetary Policy
Macroprudential Monetary Policy
Output Spillovers from U.S. Monetary Policy: The Role of International Trade and Financial Linkages