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The Coordination of National Stabilization Policies: Evolution of National Policies and International Institutions

  • Ralph C. Bryant
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Nations experiencing a progressive integration of their economies confront a central issue: when should their governments cooperate in making decisions about their macroeconomic stabilization policies and, if they do so, how ambitious should that cooperation be?1

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Central Bank International Monetary Fund Macroeconomic Policy Brookings Institution Stabilization Policy 
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  1. 1.Brookings InstitutionUSA

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