Costs and Benefits of Exchange Rate Stability : Canada's Interwar Experience

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Redish, Angela, 1952- and Bordo, Michael D. "Costs and Benefits of Exchange Rate Stability : Canada's Interwar Experience" Long Beach, Calif.: Western Economic Association International, April 1988.

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Contemporary Policy Issues, Vol. VI (April 1988), pp 115-130

Western Economic Association International

Long Beach, Calif.

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