When assessing the performance of the international monetary system, one is tempted to paraphrase Winston Churchill on democracy: The system of flexible exchange rates is the worst possible one, except for all the others. Critics of the current system correctly point out the costs imposed on the economy by the swings that have occurred in […]
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