The European Payments Union: Financial Diplomacy in the 1950s.

  title={The European Payments Union: Financial Diplomacy in the 1950s.},
  author={Alan S. Milward and Jacob J. Kaplan and Gunther Schleiminger},
  journal={The Economic History Review},
Foreword Authors' preface Abbreviations List of tables and figures Prologue: Part One: Birth of the European Payments Union: The age in which the EPU was conceived Proposals and outbursts Governments: perceptions of national interests Negotiations: the long, hot spring of 1950 Part Two: Crisis Management - The First Two Years: APU system in a nutshell German payments crisis of 1950/1 Coping with rearmament Countries in dire staits Part Three: Negotiating for convertibility: From ROBOT to… 
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