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Business & Economics Money & Monetary Policy

Money, Markets, and Mobility

Celebrating the Ideas and Influence of 1999 Nobel Laureate Robert A. Mundell

by (author) Thomas J. Courchene

Publisher
McGill-Queen's University Press
Initial publish date
Apr 2002
Category
Money & Monetary Policy, General
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780889118201
    Publish Date
    Apr 2002
    List Price
    $32.95

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Edited by Thomas Courchene, this collection brings together distinguished scholars who reflect upon and extend Mundell's contributions - from the development of the Euro and the currency union issue in general - to factor mobility and free trade. The authors also discuss the "Mundell-Fleming" model and its policy implications as well as the evolution of global financial and trading systems. Mundell's Nobel Prize lecture as well as his reflections on the evolution of open-economy macroeconomics are included in this collection. Contributors include Russell Boyer (Western), Mick Devereux (UBC), Pierre Fortin (UQAM), Herbert Grubel (Fraser Institute), Richard Harris (Simon Fraser), John McCallum (Royal Bank), Ronald McKinnon (Stanford), James Melvin (Waterloo), Sylvia Ostry (Toronto), Alexandre Swoboda (Geneva and IMF), George von Furstenberg (Indiana), Rob Waschik (Waterloo) and, of course, Robert Mundell (Columbia and Siena).

About the author

Thomas J. Courchene is Jarislowsky-Deutsch Professor and director, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, at Queen's University and senior scholar, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal. John R. Allan is the associate director of the I

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