Economic Cooperation in an Uncertain World
June 1994, Wiley-Blackwell
2. A Theoretical Framework for Modelling the Open Economy.
3. The Theory of Policy Coordination Under Uncertainty.
4. An Example: The Stock market Crash of October 1987.
5. Alternative Empirical Models of the Open Economy.
6. Model Uncertainty and the Gains from Coordination: An Empirical Analysis.
7. Cooperation versus Coordination.
8. On the Sustainability of Cooperative Agreements.
9. Issues in Bargaining.
Appendix - Cooperation and Coordination in Historical Perspective.
Paul R. Masson is Assistant Director of the European I Department of the International Monetary Fund. Before joining the Fund he worked at the Bank of Canada and the OECD. His publications include books and articles in various fields of macroeconomics and international economies, including policy coordination, currency unions and monetary and exchange rate models.