[(The Gold Standard Peripheries : Monetary Policy, Adjustment and Flexibility in a Global Setting)] [Edited by Anders Ogren ] published on (January, 2012) par Anders Ogren

[(The Gold Standard Peripheries : Monetary Policy, Adjustment and Flexibility in a Global Setting)] [Edited by Anders Ogren ] published on (January, 2012) par Anders Ogren

Titre de livre: [(The Gold Standard Peripheries : Monetary Policy, Adjustment and Flexibility in a Global Setting)] [Edited by Anders Ogren ] published on (January, 2012)

Auteur: Anders Ogren

Date de sortie: January 15, 2012

Éditeur: Palgrave MacMillan

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As a world system, the gold standard knitted together minor and major countries, sophisticated and less advanced economies through their common choice of gold as monetary reference. This bookexplores the experience not of the main economic centres but of the smaller, peripheral economies of the gold standard. These peripheries differed significantly. One element, however, was common: all periphery countries were regime takers with limited influence on the regime. How did small countries adjust to an international monetary regime with seemingly little room for policy autonomy? Thisbook highlights the diversity of the gold standard experience. Each country differed reflecting different concerns, constraints and challenges. However, one common theme runs through the chapters: how central banks, representing a broad variety of peripheral experiences, were putting strong emphasis on maintaining some freedom for manoeuvre in their monetary policy. The question was how such flexibility was reached and maintained -- a matterthat involved the highly relevant issues of the role of international capital markets and the management of sovereign debt by the countries involved. The book concludes with achapter on possible lessons that can be learned from the gold standard peripheries for the Euro.