Previous editions of Robert Z. Aliber's The New International Money Game have been widely acclaimed as the best and most entertaining introduction to the arcane enigmas of international finance. Since its original publication, the book has become a classic primer for beginning students, businesspersons, and anyone interested in a clear explanation of international monetary and financial issues.
With expert knowledge and a wry sense of humor, Aliber demystifies international finance by breaking through the jargon barrier and presenting technical issues in a clear and concise manner. Aliber takes the reader on a tour of a multiplicity of international finance issues, included fixed and floating exchange rates, devaluations, money markets, monetary policy, and the concepts that lie behind the esoteric language of financial economists.
This sixth edition tracks the changes that have taken place in the world economy since the previous editions by exploring financial globalization, postcommunist transition, European integration, and the Asian economic crisis. It is an indispensable and highly readable guide to the complex and increasingly fragile system through which the world's business is financed.
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Robert Z. Aliber is a professor of international economics and finance at the University of Chicago. Among his previous books are Monetary Reform and World Inflation, National Monetary Policies and the International Finance System, and The Multinational Program.Review:
'It is no joke to make a good read out of floating currencies, sliding parities, crawling pegs, gliding rates, eurodollars and all their unsexy kin, but Professor Aliber, with a nice sense of irony, has done just that. As an introduction to today's world money issues, his book can be thoroughly recommended.' - The Economist 'Worth reading for what it has to say as well as how it says it' - Charles P. Kindelberger, Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 'We will all profit from reading this thoughtfully argued, provocative, lively book, especially in that it highlights the complexity and 'oneness' of our international economic ills.' - M.O.Clement, Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College '...an excellent introduction to the complex subject of The New International Money Game' - Harry G. Johnson, sometime Professor of Economics, London School of Economics and University of Chicago
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