An Introduction to International Money and Finance (Hardback)
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An Introduction to International Money and Finance (Hardback)

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Hardback 258 Pages / Published: 30/03/1998
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This book focuses on the functioning of the evolving International Monetary System and on recent developments and trends in the financial markets that have become increasingly globalized. It identifies the forces that are shaping international monetary arrangements and driving financial markets in an increasingly liberalized environment. The book pays particular attention to the implications for developing countries and how they are affected by the 'internationalization' of the world economy and the emerging trends in developmental assistance. It is written in an easy flowing style with little use of diagrams and mathematics.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780333717868
Number of pages: 258
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 25 mm


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Ramesh Ramsaran

An Introduction to International Money and Finance

A comprehensive survey on Developments in the area of international money and finance over the post war period. The book, although relatively concise is remarkable in terms of the breadth and depth of its coverage. It provides a very clear description of the structure and operational features of the multilateral financial institutions and helps to shed light on the reasons for the controversies surrounding their operations. The chapter on international banking is of particular value.

Professor Karl M. Dennett, Associate Professor, University of Waterloo.

International finance is the most important but least understood element of the processes of globalisation now sweeping the world. In this insightful and timely new book, Professor Ramsaran performs an invaluable service in uncovering the key issues in a reader-friendly way. Of particular significance is its focus on the developing countries which are too often overlooked in existing studies. Teachers of economics and politics will welcome the opportunity this book provides to introduce a complex subject to students in an informed way.

Dr Paul Sutton, Centre of Developing Area Studies, The University of Hull.

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