International Money and Finance, 3rd Edition
September 2000, ©2000, Wiley-Blackwell
List of Tables.
Preface to the Third Edition.
Part I: Introduction.
Part II: Some Basic Concepts in International Finance.
Part III: Spot and Forward Exchange Rates: Some More Basic Ideas.
Part IV: Income and the Balance of Payments.
Part V: Macroeconomics in an Open Economy: The Mundell-Fleming Model and Some Extensions.
Part VI: International Policy Coordination.
Part VII: Purchasing Power Parity: Theory and Evidence.
Part VIII: The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments.
Part IX: The Monetary View of Exchange Rate Determination.
Part X: The Monetary Model: Further Applications -
Real Shocks and Exchange Regime Volatility.
Part XI: The Portfolio Balance Approach to the Determination of the Exchange Rate.
Part XII: Spot and Forward Exchange Rates and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis.
Part XIII: Expectational Explanations for the Rejection of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis and the "News".
Part XIV: Currency Crises and Speculative Attack.
Part XV: Exchange Rate Target Zones and 'Dirty Floating'.
Part XVI: The International Gold Standard: Theory and Experience.
Part XVII: The Dollar Standard Today and During the Bretton Woods Era.
Part XVIII : Monetary Unions.
Part XIX: International Capital Flows.
Part XX: Developing Countries, Balance of Payments Adjustment and the IMF.
Part XXI: The Order of Liberalization in Developing Countries.
Part XXII: Exchange Rates and Transition Economies.
Part XXIII: International Debt.
Ronald MacDonald is Professor of International Finance in the Department of Economics at University of Strathclyde. He is the author/editor of several books in international money and finance and has written numerous articles in the areas of international finance, macroeconomics, and financial economics.
* Includes new chapters on the exchange rate regime, currency crises and speculative attack, target zones and "dirty floating", and the international gold standard.
* Presents econometrics evidence in separate, starred sections.
* Reflects a variety of research agendas - monetary, neoclassical, and neoKeynesian.
"The authors do an exceptional job of covering this extensive range of topics" Southern Economic Journal (of the previous edition)
"This book is unique in its thorough and up-to-date coverage of empirical results in the literature. The policy discussions are also well written and are nicely integrated with the presentation of the modelsaI strongly recommend it." Peter Pedroni, Indiana University
"Paul Hallwood and Ronald MacDonald have written an outstanding textbookaWith updated chapters on European monetary union, transition economies and developing countries - including discussion of the East Asian problems - the result is a handbook of encyclopedic range." Jan Toporowski, South Bank University