International Liquidity Problems in the 1960s: The Examination of the Minutes of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund

  • Yasutoshi NoshitaEmail author
Part of the Studies in Economic History book series (SEH)


One of the features of the international monetary system after World War II has been the establishment of international financial organizations (Bretton Woods Institutions) as an integral part of the governance structure to manage the international monetary system. However, the views about the role of the international financial organizations, especially the International Monetary Fund (IMF), have been largely divided into two approaches.


Executive Director Foreign Exchange Market International Liquidity International Financial Organization International Monetary System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Political Science and EconomicsKokushikan UniversityTokyoJapan

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