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- International Monetary Fund 2007; US$ 13.50
Iran has received much attention from a geopolitical and regional standpoint, but its economic challenges have not attracted a similar degree of interest. With a population of 69 million, considerable hydrocarbon resources, a dynamic and entrepreneurial middle class, and a relatively well-educated labor force, Iran's economic potential is considerable.... more...
- International Monetary Fund 1984; US$ 7.50
Edited by George M. von Furstenberg, this volume presents the rethinking of the functions and purposes served by international monetary arrangements at leading universities, banks, and official institutions. more...
- International Monetary Fund 1984; US$ 20.00
IMF economists work closely with member countries on a variety of issues. Their unique perspective on country experiences and best practices on global macroeconomic issues are often shared in the form of books on diverse topics such as cross-country comparisons, capacity building, macroeconomic policy, financial integration, and globalization. more...
- International Monetary Fund 1986; US$ 4.75
This collection of 18 articles, originally published in Finance & Development and the IMF Survey, was written by Margaret Garritsen de Vries and constitutes a short history of the IMF's evolution. more...
- International Monetary Fund 1996; US$ 9.75
Currency convertibility is a far-reaching instrument to facilitate integration into the global economy. With it a country can gain the benefits of increased freedom in capital movements and of fostering trade and financial linkages worldwide. A seminar sponsored by the Arab Monetary Fund and the IMF, held in Marrakesh, Morocco, discussed the theoretical... more...
- International Monetary Fund 1989; US$ 8.75
Copublished with the Brookings Institution, Washington D.C. and the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, and edited by Ralph Bryant, David Currie, Jacob A. Frenkel, Paul Masson, and Richard Portes, this volume considers economic interdependence among well developed countries as well as between them and the developing regions of the world. more...
- International Monetary Fund 1997; US$ 7.50
Robert Mundell's pioneering theory of optimum currency areas is revisited, with experts from the IMF, the BIS, the European Investment Bank, academia, European think tanks, and the Bank of Israel looking at its current practical applications, especially in the context of the forthcoming European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). Robert Mundell himself... more...
- International Monetary Fund 1990; US$ 9.75
This collection of papers, edited by Victor Argy and Paul De Grauwe, examines issues surrounding the choice of exchange rate regime in smaller industrial countries. It contains a comprehensive summary by Jacques J. Polak. more...
- International Monetary Fund 2001; US$ 10.00
This paper discusses the methodologies used by IMF staff for assessing exchange rates and the rationale for the general approach of the Coordinating Group on Exchange Rate Issues (CGER). CGER?s approach has been to identify cases where exchange rates appear to be substantially out of line with medium-term macroeconomic fundamentals. The paper also... more...
- International Monetary Fund 1988; US$ 3.75
This paper describes and analyzes forward market systems with varying degrees of sophistication, and assesses them from the viewpoint of a smaller industrial or developing country. The paper examines the main features of forward exchange systems, including their regulation, and market instruments in industrial countries. It describes and analyzes... more...