Interview: Robert Mundell

Robert Mundell is a professor of economics at Columbia University in New York and the recipient of the 1999 Nobel Prize for Economics. Over the past four decades he has been a leading and highly influential voice in debates over the management and design of the international monetary system. His research has focused on the theory of optimal currency areas, the operation of the gold standard and international monetary economic, to which he contributed the canonical Mundell-Fleming model.

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