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- Author: James M. Boughton
- Publication Date: 04-2016
- Content Type: Working Paper
- Institution: Centre for International Governance Innovation
- Abstract: Economic con ict between nation-states has been a major concern throughout the past century and will continue to threaten progress for the foreseeable future. The language evolves, but the issues persist. The “beggar-thy-neighbour” policies and “competitive devaluations” that aggravated the Great Depression of the 1930s have become the “currency wars” of the twenty- rst century. De ning the problem, however, is easy compared with the task of solving it. A central recurring question is whether policy makers can — and should — cooperate and try to coordinate their policies in an effort to alleviate con icts and improve outcomes.
- Topic: International Cooperation, International Political Economy, International Development
- Political Geography: Global Focus