Robert Mundell

Nobel laureate foresees dollar crisis

The value of the greenback could collapse within the next five years without reform of the global monetary system, Robert Mundell, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, has said.

Interview with Robert Mundell

FEATURE - One hundred days after the introduction of the euro Robert Pringle spoke with its self-styled "godfather" and Nobel Prize winner Robert Mundell in an exclusive interview for the latest edition of Central Banking journal.

Canada's dollar - to fix or not -Friedman, Mundell

In an exclusive e-mail exchange arranged by Canada's Financial Post, Nobel Prize-winning economists Milton Friedman and Robert Mundell debate the future of the world currency system, from the euro to the Canadian dollar. This is the second installment in…

Friedman v. Mundell on exchange rates

Canada's Financial Post asked the two Nobel laureates Milton Friedman and Robert Mundell to participate in an exclusive e-mail debate about each other's views on modern day economics. Below we reprint the debate which was publish in the Financial Post on…

Thiessen rejects dollar union

Gordon Thiessen, Bank of Canada governor, has again rejected the idea of sharing a common currency with the United States.

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