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Globalizing Capital: A History of the International Monetary System (Second Edition)
Globalizing Capital: A History of the International Monetary System (Second Edition)
First published more than a decade ago, Globalizing Capital remains an indispensable part of the economic literature today. Written by renowned economist Barry Eichengreen, this classic book emphasizes the importance of the international monetary system for understanding the international economy. Brief and lucid, Globalizing Capital is intended not only for economists, but also a general audience of historians, political scientists, professionals in government and business, and anyone with a broad interest in international relations. Eichengreen demonstrates that the international monetary system can be understood and effectively governed only if it is seen as a historical phenomenon extending from the period of the gold standard to today's world of fluctuating prices. This updated edition continues to document the effect of floating exchange rates and contains a new chapter on the Asian financial crisis, the advent of the euro, the future of the dollar, and related topics. Globalizing Capital shows how these and other recent developments can be put in perspective only once their political and historical contexts are understood.

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Fighting HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia: Queen of Sheba Inspires Fight Against Stigma
Fighting HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia: Queen of Sheba Inspires Fight Against Stigma
Gidey dressed in traditional clothes and gold jewelry. © The Global Fund / Guy Stubbs Fighting HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia: Queen of Sheba Inspires Fight Against Stigma It was during her first pregnancy, a time that should be full of the promise of life, when Gidey first discovered that both she and her husband were HIV-positive. The child was born without the virus, but Gidey hid her own infection from friends and family for four years because she was afraid of the consequences of people finding out. She mustered her courage by following the leadership of the most famous Ethiopian in ancient history: the Queen of Sheba. Gidey started talking publicly about living with HIV and AIDS, with such dignity that those who heard her were able to follow her example. “I am inspired by the Queen of Sheba because she loved her people and her country, and she is a woman who can decide. I admire her!” Gidey says. That inspiration led her to form an association called Hope for Life which gives advice to women and provides home care services. Financed by the Global Fund, the members have grown in number from 35 to over 170 in two years. It is difficult for married women to tell anyone if they are HIV-positive because they are economically dependent on their husbands and they fear that they may be chased out of the home. Gidey helps women to overcome their concerns and is an inspiration to them, an example of how it is possible to live a full life with HIV with or without a husband.
Global Voice Group au 4th annual Africa e-gov forum à Maputo au Mozambique
Global Voice Group au 4th annual Africa e-gov forum à Maputo au Mozambique
Global Voice Group a participe en tant que Sponsor Gold et a apporte une forte contribution aux debats en co-animant deux discussions de panel : le Panel des Regulateurs et celui sur le financement des infrastructures ICT. GVG a anime avec d’autres compagnies deux panels : - Regulatory Panel Discussion : Achieving successful e-governance implementation through better regulation - ICT Infrastructure Funding ...... Global Voice Group at the 4th Annual Africa e-gov forum in Maputo, Mozambique: Global Voice Group has participated as a Gold Sponsor and made a strong contribution to the debate co-hosted two panel discussions: Panel Regulators and that on the financing of ICT infrastructure. GVG hosted with other companies both panels: - Regulatory Panel Discussion: Achieving Successful e-governance implementation-through better regulation - ICT Infrastructure Funding

global gold fund
global gold fund
Globalizing Capital: A History of the International Monetary System (IMF)
The importance of the international monetary system is clearly evident in daily news stories about fluctuating currencies and in dramatic events such as the recent reversals in the Mexican economy. It has become increasingly apparent that one cannot understand the international economy without knowing how its monetary system operates. Now Barry Eichengreen presents a brief, lucid book that tells the story of the international financial system over the past 150 years. Globalizing Capital is intended not only for economists but also for a general audience of historians, political scientists, professionals in government and business, and anyone with a broad interest in international economic and political relations. Eichengreen's work demonstrates that insights into the international monetary system and effective principles for governing it can result only if it is seen a historical phenomenon extending from the gold standard period to interwar instability, then to Bretton Woods, and finally to the post-1973 period of fluctuating currencies.
Eichengreen analyzes the shift from pegged to floating exchange rates in the 1970s and ascribes that change to the growing capital mobility that has made pegged rates difficult to maintain. However, he shows that capital mobility was also high prior to World War I, yet this did not prevent the maintenance of fixed exchange rates. What was critical for the successful maintenance of fixed exchange rates during that period was the fact that governments were relatively insulated from democratic politics and thus from pressure to trade off exchange rate stability for other goals, such as the reduction of unemployment. Today pegging exchange rates would require very radical reforms of a sort that governments are understandably reluctant to embrace. The implication seems undeniable: floating rates are here to stay.

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