This book, first published in 1987, examines American international finance and banking, and the affect that the United States had in the world economy. This book will be of interest to students of finance and economics.
Acknowledgements; 1. The United States in the World Economy 2. The Early Years of American International Banking 3. Building the New Order 4. The Euromarkets 5. Lenders and Borrowers 6. The Future of International Finance 7. Invested Interest and American Politics 8. Conclusion; Source Notes; For Further Reading; Index
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