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Shake Hands or Shake Apart? Pre-war Global Trade and Currency Blocs--the role of the Japanese Empire

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Despite world-wide bloc economies after the Depression, Japan had a tight relationship with the British Commonwealth and created tight connections with the Sterling and the Gold blocs in the late 1930s. The world-wide bloc economies did not isolate Japan.

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  • Toshihiro Okubo, 2006. "Shake Hands or Shake Apart? Pre-war Global Trade and Currency Blocs--the role of the Japanese Empire," IHEID Working Papers 05-2006, Economics Section, The Graduate Institute of International Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:gii:giihei:heiwp05-2006
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    International Economics; Exchange Rates; Trade; Whatever Related;

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