Can the IMF prevent the next Mexico? - Enhanced surveillance? Whatever it is, the IMF intends to use it to detect another Mexico before the crisis goes global. But maybe we need a world central bank.
|Year of Publication:||
|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Title record from database:|| OLC-SSG Economic Sciences|
|Availability:||More access options|
|More options (other):|
|Description not available.|
Saved in bookmark lists
Similar items by author
Der Anteil der Lebensversicherungsgesellschaften an der Finanzierung des Geldbedarfs des Bundes 1939-1945
By: Koenig, Peter Published: (1947)
IF EUROPE'S DEAD, WHY IS GE INVESTING BILLIONS THERE? - At a time when it's fashionable to belittle Europe's slow growth, Jack Welch is making a mammoth, contrarian bet on the world's most mature market.
By: Koenig, Peter Published: (1996)
The Banca d'Italia under siege - On some occasions - such as this year's attack on the lira - Italy's central bank seems all that stands between Italy and its own damnation. An elite institution, provider of neutral prime ministers, can the Banca d'Italia avert the next crisis?
By: Koenig, Peter Published: (1995)