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Gold and Silver as Monetary Metals
World Economics, June 2006
Commodity money systems, based upon gold or silver, provided relative economic stability for centuries. On the other hand, our modern paper money system, based upon unbacked government liabilities, is particularly vulnerable to abuse. The various financial crises during the twentieth century bear witness to that. This paper seeks to explain the mechanics of the former Gold and Silver Standards and provides an overview of America’s experience with its bimetallic system.
The IMF’s Uneasy Excursion into the Euro Zone
World Economics, September 2015
What is Britain worth to the next generation?
World Economics, June 2015
The Liquidity Consequences of the Euro Area Sovereign Debt Crisis
William A. Allen
World Economics, March 2013
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