Currency boards: More than a quick fix?-journal

In the latest issue of the journal Economic Policy, Atish R. Ghosh and Anne-Marie Gulde from the International Monetary Fund, and Holger C. Wolf of George Washington University and NBER have written a paper "Currency boards: More than a quick fix?"


Once a popular colonial monetary arrangement, currency boards fell into disuse as countries gained political independence. But recently, currency boards have made a remarkable come-back. This essay takes a critical look at their performance

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