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The fourth edition of International Money and Finance continues to provide an invaluable resource for advanced students of monetary economics in an international context. Reflecting monetary, neoclassical, and neo-Keynesian research agendas, the book investigates all four dimensions of international money and finance: theory, evidence, policy, and institutions. In addition to offering revised sections reflecting the latest theoretical and empirical research, the fourth edition includes new or expanded material on: bull; bull;International Financial Architecture bull;Intertemporal Modeling bull;Forecasting bull;Euro currency union and the European Central Bank Suggested reading lists, expanded end-of-chapter questions, and an instructors' manual will help ensure this text's place as essential reading for graduate work in international and monetary economics.
Table of Contents
bull;Introduction bull;Basic Concepts in International Finance. bull;Spot and Forward Exchange Rates bull;Income and the Balance of Payments. bull;Open Economy Macroeconomics. bull;International Financial Architecture. bull;International Policy Coordination. bull;Purchasing Power Parity: Theory and Evidence. bull;Intertemporal Modeling bull;The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments. bull;The Monetary View of Exchange Rate Determination. bull;The Monetary Model: Further Applications - Real Shocks and Exchange Regime Volatility. bull;The Portfolio Balance Approach to the Determination of the Exchange Rate. bull;Spot and Forward Exchange Rates and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis. bull;Expectational Explanations for the Rejection of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis and the News. bull;Currency Crises and Speculative Attack. bull;Exchange Rate Target Zones and 'Dirty Floating'. bull;The International Gold Standard: Theory and Experience. bull;The Dollar Standard Today and During the Bretton Woods Era. bull;Monetary Unions. bull;International Capital Flows. bull;Developing Countries, Balance of Payments Adjustment and the IMF. bull;The Order of Liberalization in Developing Countries. bull;Exchange Rates and Emerging Markets. bull;International Debt.