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An institutional approach to balancing international monetary relations : the case for a US-China settlement facility

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  • Piffaretti, Nadia F.
  • Rossi, Sergio

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Management of international monetary relations between China and the United States will be one of the crucial parameters for the stability or instability of the global financial system in the next decade. Although most of the literature suggests rebalancing through either adjustment of relative prices or adjustment of behavior in both countries, this paper explores an institutional approach to rebalancing. Applying the lessons from Keynes'1944 plan for a United States-United Kingdom international clearing union, the paper explores the creation of a bilateral United States-China settlement facility as an institutional contribution to the structural rebalancing of global imbalances.

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  • Piffaretti, Nadia F. & Rossi, Sergio, 2010. "An institutional approach to balancing international monetary relations : the case for a US-China settlement facility," Policy Research Working Paper Series 5188, The World Bank.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbrwps:5188
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    1. Sergio Rossi, 2014. "A structural monetary reform to reduce global imbalances: Keynes’s plan revisited to avert international payment deficits," Chapters,in: The Great Recession and the Contradictions of Contemporary Capitalism, chapter 8, pages 134-150 Edward Elgar Publishing.

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    Debt Markets; Currencies and Exchange Rates; Emerging Markets; Economic Theory&Research; Access to Finance;

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