Global Economics in Extraordinary Times: Essays in Honor of John Williamson
Over the course of five decades, John Williamson has published an extraordinary number of books, articles, and other pieces on topics ranging from international monetary economics to development policy and bridging scholarly literature and policy debates. This book provides an overview and insight into Williamson's work. It includes contributions from the editors, Stanley Fischer, Edwin M. Truman, Paul De Grauwe, Yuemei Ji, Marcus Miller, Avinash Persaud, Stephany Griffith-Jones, Dagmar Hertova, Olivier Jeanne, Shankar Acharya, Jose Antonio Ocampo, and an essay by John Williamson on designing economic policy.
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Ch 1 An Economist for All Seasons
Ch 2 The Washington Consensus
Part I MONEY
Ch 3 The International Monetary System or Nonsystem?
Ch 4 Economic and Monetary Unionin Europe
Ch 5 Target Zones and Monitoring Bands
PART II FINANCE
Ch 6 International Finance
PART III REGIONS
Ch 9 India and the Global Crisis
Ch 10 Latin America
PART IV CONCLUSION
Ch 11 On Designing Economic Policy
Selected Publications ofJohn Williamson
About the Contributors
Ch 7 GrowthLinked Securities
Ch 8 Capital Mobility and Regulation
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