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The new international money game, Robert Z. Aliber

Label
The new international money game
Title
The new international money game
Statement of responsibility
Robert Z. Aliber
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"When Robert Z. Aliber's The International Money Game first appeared in 1973, it was widely acclaimed as the best - and most entertaining - introduction to the arcane mysteries of international finance on the market. The seventh edition of this classic work has again been fully rewritten to take account of the immense changes in the world economy since the previous edition, and includes a new chapter on asset pricing and bubbles"--Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Aliber, Robert Z
Dewey number
332
Index
index present
LC call number
HG3881
LC item number
.A44 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
International finance
Label
The new international money game, Robert Z. Aliber
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. A system is how the pieces fit -- 2. The name of the game is money, but the disputes are about where the jobs are -- Part I. International monetary arrangements, money, and politics -- 3. Gold: how much is a "barbarous relic" worth? -- 4. The gnomes of Zurich play in the largest market in the world -- 5. The greatest monetary agreement in history -- 6. Radio Luxembourg and the Eurodollar market are both offshore stations -- 7. The dollar and Coca-Cola are both brand names -- 8. They invented money so they could have inflation -- 9. Global imbalances and the persistent US trade deficit -- 10. Five asset price bubbles in 30 years: a new world record -- 11. A new world record: four financial crises in 25 years -- 12. Central bankers read election returns, not balance sheets -- 13. Monetary reform: where do the problems go when assumed to have been solved? -- Part II. The cost of 100 national monies -- 14. Globalization 1.0: the Silk Road to Asia and the salt caravans across the Sahara -- 15. Taxation, regulation, and the level playing field -- 16. Banking on the wire -- 17. The Reverend Thomas Malthus, the OPEC cartel, and the price of energy from 1800 to 2100 -- 18. The world market for bonds and stocks -- 19. MBSs, ABSs, CMOs, CDOs, zeros, swaps, options, and credit default swaps: the revolution in finance -- 20. Why are multinational firms mostly American? -- 21. Japan: the first superstate -- 22. China: the 800-pound gorilla -- 23. From Marxist command economies to market capitalism -- 24. Fitting the pieces together once again
Control code
ocn148904439
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
7th ed.
Extent
xiv, 355 p.
Isbn
9780230018976
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009044083
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1385537
  • (OCoLC)148904439
Label
The new international money game, Robert Z. Aliber
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. A system is how the pieces fit -- 2. The name of the game is money, but the disputes are about where the jobs are -- Part I. International monetary arrangements, money, and politics -- 3. Gold: how much is a "barbarous relic" worth? -- 4. The gnomes of Zurich play in the largest market in the world -- 5. The greatest monetary agreement in history -- 6. Radio Luxembourg and the Eurodollar market are both offshore stations -- 7. The dollar and Coca-Cola are both brand names -- 8. They invented money so they could have inflation -- 9. Global imbalances and the persistent US trade deficit -- 10. Five asset price bubbles in 30 years: a new world record -- 11. A new world record: four financial crises in 25 years -- 12. Central bankers read election returns, not balance sheets -- 13. Monetary reform: where do the problems go when assumed to have been solved? -- Part II. The cost of 100 national monies -- 14. Globalization 1.0: the Silk Road to Asia and the salt caravans across the Sahara -- 15. Taxation, regulation, and the level playing field -- 16. Banking on the wire -- 17. The Reverend Thomas Malthus, the OPEC cartel, and the price of energy from 1800 to 2100 -- 18. The world market for bonds and stocks -- 19. MBSs, ABSs, CMOs, CDOs, zeros, swaps, options, and credit default swaps: the revolution in finance -- 20. Why are multinational firms mostly American? -- 21. Japan: the first superstate -- 22. China: the 800-pound gorilla -- 23. From Marxist command economies to market capitalism -- 24. Fitting the pieces together once again
Control code
ocn148904439
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
7th ed.
Extent
xiv, 355 p.
Isbn
9780230018976
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009044083
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1385537
  • (OCoLC)148904439

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