Legal Effects of Fluctuating Exchange Rates

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International Monetary Fund, Mar 15, 1990 - Law - 473 pages
This volume, by Joseph Gold, discusses some of the major letgal effects of fluctuating exchange rates in both public international law and national law. The problems and similarities in the solutions are reviewed, and the author recommends further developments in the law.
 

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Contents

9 Measuring Change in Exchange Rates
10 Allocation and Sharing of Exchange Risks
11 Hardship Impracticability Unconscionability Unforeseeability
12 Judgments in Foreign Currencies
13 Other Consequences of Miliangos in English Law
14 Miliangos in Other Jurisdictions
15 PostMiliangos Developments in US Law
16 SDR ECU and Judgments

5 Other Developments in Units of Account
6 Adjusting to Fluctuations
7 Maintenance of Value and Investment
8 Selection and Calculation of Exchange Rates Under International Arrangements
17 A Survey and Some Generalizations
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