The 1933 World Economic Conference as an Instance of Failed International Cooperation
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- Barry Eichengreen and Marc Uzan., 1990. "The 1933 World Economic Conference as an Instance of Failed International Cooperation," Economics Working Papers 90-149, University of California at Berkeley.
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- Sebastian Edwards, 2017. "The London Monetary and Economic Conference of 1933 and the End of The Great Depression: A “Change of Regime” Analysis," NBER Working Papers 23204, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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