Trade, Currencies, and Finance by Morris Goldstein

Trade, Currencies, and Finance

byMorris Goldstein

Kobo ebook | March 17, 2017

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The book includes selected papers of Morris Goldstein on the following topics in international macroeconomics: international trade, currency regimes, exchange rate policy, international policy coordination, banking, financial crises, financial regulation, IMF policies, and China's exchange rate policy. Some of the papers are empirical in nature, while others address key policy issues in international macroeconomics. Many of the papers are co-authored with other well-known international economists, including Jacob Frenkel, Mohsin Khan, Nicholas Lardy, Peter Montiel, Michael Mussa, Carmen Reinhart, and Philip Turner, among others. Taken as a group, the papers should give the reader a good picture of many of the most important issues in international macroeconomics over the past 35 years.

Contents:

  • Foreign Trade:

    • Income and Price Effects in Foreign Trade (Morris Goldstein and Mohsin S Khan)
    • The Supply and Demand for Exports: A Simultaneous Approach (Morris Goldstein and Mohsin S Khan)
    • Prices of Tradable and Nontradable Goods in the Demand for Total Imports (Morris Goldstein and Mohsin S Khan)
  • Currency Regimes, Exchange Rate Policy and International Policy Coordination:

    • Market-Based Fiscal Discipline in Monetary Unions: Evidence from the US Municipal Bond Market (Morris Goldstein and Geoffrey Woglom)
    • A Guide to Target Zones (Jacob A Frenkel and Morris Goldstein)
    • Managed Floating Plus (Morris Goldstein)
    • The Rationale for, and Effects of, International Economic Policy Coordination (Jacob A Frenkel, Morris Goldstein, and Paul R Masson)
  • Banking, Financial Crises and Financial Regulation:

    • Banking Crises in Emerging Economies: Origins and Policy Options (Morris Goldstein and PhilipTurner)
    • An International Banking Standard: The Time is Ripe (Morris Goldstein)
    • Origins of the Crisis (Morris Goldstein)
    • Methodology and Empirical Results (Morris Goldstein, Graciela Kaminsky and Carmen Reinhart)
    • Measuring Currency Mismatch and Aggregate Effective Currency Mismatch (Morris Goldstein and Philip Turner)
    • The Case for an Orderly Resolution Regime for Systemically-Important Financial Institutions (Rodgin Cohen and Morris Goldstein)
    • The 2014 EU-Wide Bank Stress Test Lacks Credibility (Morris Goldstein)
  • IMF Policies:

    • Evaluating Fund Stabilization Programs with MultiCountry Data: Some Methodological Pitfalls (Morris Goldstein and Peter Montiel)
    • IMF Structural Programs (Morris Goldstein)
    • The Fund Appears to be Sleeping at the Wheel (Morris Goldstein and Michael Mussa)
    • Currency Manipulation and Enforcing the Rules of the International Monetary System (Morris Goldstein)
  • China's Exchange Rate Policies:

    • Two-Stage Currency Reform for China (Morris Goldstein and Nicolas Lardy)
    • China's Exchange Rate Policy Dilemma (Morris Goldstein and Nicholas Lardy)
    • Challenges Facing the Chinese Authorities Under the Existing Currency Regime (Morris Goldstein and Nicholas Lardy)

Readership: Students, researchers, and academics who are interested in the empirical study of international macroeconomics, as well as key policy issues in this area.
Key Features:

  • This book covers a wider array of policy issues in international macroeconomics than most others
  • Taken together, the papers provide an interesting review of many of the key policy issues in international macroeconomics over the past 35 years
  • Many of the papers are co-authored with other well-known international economists, including Nicholas Lardy, Michael Mussa, Jacob Frenkel, Carmen Reinhart, Mohsin Khan, Peter Montiel, and Philip Turner, among others
  • Most of the papers will be quite accessible to undergraduate and graduate students in economics
Title:Trade, Currencies, and FinanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 17, 2017Publisher:World Scientific Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9814749591

ISBN - 13:9789814749596

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