International Policy Coordination: The Long View

@article{Eichengreen2011InternationalPC,
  title={International Policy Coordination: The Long View},
  author={Barry J. Eichengreen},
  journal={Macroeconomics: Monetary \& Fiscal Policies eJournal},
  year={2011}
}
This paper places current efforts at international economic policy coordination in historical perspective. It argues that successful cooperation is most likely in four sets of circumstances. First, when it centers on technical issues. Second, when cooperation is institutionalized - when procedures and precedents create presumptions about the appropriate conduct of policy and reduce the transactions costs of reaching an agreement. Third, when it is concerned with preserving an existing set of… Expand
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