nep-hpe New Economics Papers
on History and Philosophy of Economics
Issue of 2006‒03‒05
three papers chosen by
Erik Thomson
University of Chicago

  1. American in the Shadows: Harry Dexter White and the Design of the International Monetary Fund By James M. Boughton
  2. Economic liberalism: fall, revival and resistance By John Quiggin
  3. Economists and uncertainty By John Quiggin; Robert G. Chambers

  1. By: James M. Boughton
    Keywords: Fund , International monetary system , White, Harry Dexter , Exchange rate regimes , Capital controls , Capital flows ,
    Date: 2006–01–19
  2. By: John Quiggin (Department of Economics, University of Queensland)
    Date: 2005–04
  3. By: John Quiggin (Department of Economics, University of Queensland); Robert G. Chambers (Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, College Park)
    Date: 2005–04

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