Il dollaro: ieri, oggi e domani
AbstractThe article is part of the special issue of the journal on Charles P. Kindleberger (CPK). It is here reported one of CPK's best known articles published in the old series of Moneta e Credito (vol. 38 n. 152, december 1985, pp. 355-69). The article reconstructs the recent history of the dollar and draws some implications on the dollarÕs prospective trends. Read today, the article testifies of Kindleberger's refined analytical skills and of his ability to use history for making sensible predictions.
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Volume (Year): 63 (2010)
Issue (Month): 251 ()
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