C. Fred Bergsten and the World Economy
- Michael Mussa(Peterson Institute for International Economics)
This engaging and informative book covers the range of issues on which C. Fred Bergsten and the Peterson Institute have distinguished themselves over the last 25 years, including trade liberalization, exchange rate regimes, international financial architecture, debt, economic sanctions and the impact of technology and globalization. Most of the Institute's senior research staff have contributed chapters, which are both retrospective and prescriptive.
|This book is provided by Peterson Institute for International Economics in its series Peterson Institute Press: All Books with number 3979 and published in 2006.|
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