Foreword

Tisdell, Clement (2014). Foreword. In Debesh Bhowmik (Ed.), The Euro Crisis and International Liquidity Problems (pp. xi-xiii) New Delhi, India: Synergy Books India.

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Author Tisdell, Clement
Title of chapter Foreword
Title of book The Euro Crisis and International Liquidity Problems
Place of Publication New Delhi, India
Publisher Synergy Books India
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Introduction, foreword, editorial or appendix
Open Access Status
ISBN 9789382059189
Editor Debesh Bhowmik
Start page xi
End page xiii
Total pages 3
Total chapters 15
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This book, The Euro Crisis and International Liquidity Problems , is a timely publication given the serious international financial and economic repercussions of the Euro Crisis and the economic suffering which it is causing within the EU itself. Furthermore, it is a crisis that has not yet been solved and consequently, its impacts and likely to be felt for several years to come. Dr Debesh Bhowmik, an experienced and perspective scholar, examines in depth the international liquidity and financial problems created by this crisis and considers its possible long-run consequences, such as the potential collapse of the EU and the serious weakening of the international monetary system. Also he is able to show that since the crisis, the international role of the euro has weakened whereas that of China’s yuan has strengthened. Therefore, a tri-polar international monetary system is emerging dominated by the yuan, the US dollar and the euro. However, this significant book covers much more than this...
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Created: Mon, 16 Jun 2014, 12:05:23 EST by Emeritus Professor Clement Tisdell on behalf of School of Economics