Cover: International Economic Institutions and Arrangements

International Economic Institutions and Arrangements

New Choices in a New World

Published 1993

by C. Richard Neu

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The international environment is much changed from the way it was when the Bretton Woods conference was convened in 1944. Some of its original components continue to serve us well, but others are in need of a major overhaul. The United States can no longer dictate a new structure; rather, scholars and policymakers from all over the world must debate the character of economic institutions in the 21st century.

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