Reparations revisited: the role of economic advisers in reforming German central banking and public finance

@article{Yee2019ReparationsRT,
  title={Reparations revisited: the role of economic advisers in reforming German central banking and public finance},
  author={R. Yee},
  journal={Financial History Review},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={45 - 72}
}
  • R. Yee
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Financial History Review
The economic advisers of the 1924 Dawes Committee enacted currency and banking reforms as a means of resolving financial and geopolitical problems. Although the committee members stated that they had no plans to resolve the Ruhr occupation, evidence from the technical advisers demonstrated the opposite. Economists Edwin Kemmerer, Joseph Davis and Arthur Young sought to appease Franco-Belgian demands for a resolution to the reparations debate by balancing the German budget and reorganising the… Expand

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