Manchester University Press, 15 nov. 1997 - 207 pages
Clear and accessible style making easy reading. Challenges conventional ideas, particularly in economics. Based on long study of international monetary relations and global financial markets.
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Key Decisions and their Consequences
Some Other Interpretations
Betting in the Dark
The Guessing Game
Cooling the Casino
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