For 50 years, the International Finance Section at Princeton University has encouraged and published work in international finance. This volume, a semicentennial celebration of the Section's essays in international finance, is comprised of 12 essays.
Table of Contents
1 Conditions of International Monetary Equilibrium (Spring 1945) 2 Balance-of-Payments Deficits and the International Market for Liquidity (May 1965) 3 The Crawling Peg (December 1965) 4 Toward Assessing the Need for International Reserves (February 1967) 5 The Euro-Dollar Market: An Interpretation (February 1968) 6 The Gold-Dollar System: Conditions of Equilibrium and the Price of Gold (October 1968) 7 Currency Devaluation in Developing Countries (June 1971) 8 Exchange Policies for Less Developed Countries in a World of Floating Rates (December 1976), 9 On Being Grandmotherly: The Evolution of IMF Conditionality (October 1981) 10 Six Possible Meanings of "Overvaluation": The 1981-85 Dollar (December 1985) 11 Disaster Myopia in International Banking (September 1986) 12 Inflation, Exchange Rates, and Stabilization (October 1986)
Peter B. Kenen is Walker Professor of Economics and International Finance and Director of the International Finance Section at Princeton University. He is the author of numerous books and articles on international economics.