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Still tied by golden fetters: the global response to the US recession of 1937–19381
The US recession of 1937–8 is one of the deepest on record. Yet it did not produce a global depression – quite unlike 1930. According to the standard view, this reflected an unfettering of centralExpand
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The Name of the Rose: Classifying 1930s Exchange-Rate Regimes
There is an implicit consensus that 1930s exchange-rate regimes can be characterised as some variant of 'floating'. This paper applies an adaptation of modern methodologies of exchange-rate regimeExpand
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The Impact of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and Other Active Travel Interventions on Vehicle Ownership: Findings from the Outer London Mini-Holland Programme
We use vehicle registration data to examine whether active travel interventions in Outer London between 2015-2019 affected motor vehicle ownership, compared to other neighbourhoods. We findExpand
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Policy Options for the Euro: Heterodoxy Ahead
type="short"> This symposium item belongs to a section headed: SYMPOSIUM: THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE EUROZONE CRISIS: LEARNING FROM THE PAST, which also includes The Interwar Gold Standard in LightExpand
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