2 edition of sterling area in the postwar world found in the catalog.
sterling area in the postwar world
Phillip W. Bell
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|Pagination||xxvi, 478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
|LC Control Number||56004928|
British Imperialism and the Political Economy of Malayan Independence within the sterling area at all costs, even after de jure convertibility had been achieved, due to its high dollar earning. Jun 01, · Although this process has not yet gone far enough to be intellectually satisfying, a weakness still apparent in Hogan's book, his conclusions demonstrate that he has certainly gone far enough in this direction to link his diplomatic history to the mainstream of historical analysis of the postwar world, the attempt to explain its prosperity and Cited by:
world power’ (pp. 3–4). In his book Milward puts forward the case for contemplating the relationship between Britain and the European Communities from the angle of Britain’s strategy to adapt to the postwar world instead of concentrating on the ‘simplistic question’ whether the United Kingdom should have joined the Communities or not. His. Jan 01, · The wave of disintegration has been no less dramatic. In the first part of the postwar period, we saw the breakup of traditional colonial empires. More recently, the end of the Cold War—an event that in principle heralded an ideologically integrated world—brought with it the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia.
and the Imperial World, MacPhee argues in his most recent book Postwar British Literature and Postcolonial Studies, inform a discussion of the period until the early s when the Sterling Area began to break down and British forces were withdrawn from the Arabian Gulf. Within a decade, the majority of Americans owned their own homes, and over half of the world’s manufactured goods were made in the United States. The American dollar replaced the British pound sterling as the world’s standard currency, and US companies spread nearly as 9%.
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It is usually important to state at the outset of a book what is not attempted within the covers as well as what is. This is a study of the internal working during the postwar period of the monetary union which is set apart in United Kingdom exchange control regulations as 'Scheduled Territories' and has been known as the Sterling Area.
Click here to learn more. Continue. Get the. Get this from a library. The sterling area in the postwar world: sterling area in the postwar world book mechanism and cohesion, [Philip W Bell]. The sterling area (or sterling bloc, legally scheduled territories) was a group of countries that either pegged their currencies to the pound sterling, or actually used the pound as their own currency.
The area began to appear informally during the early s, after the pound had left the gold standard inwith the result that a number of currencies of countries that historically had.
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Burnham’s book fits into this general stream of thought. The so-called ROBOT episode of earlyin which a floating exchange rate for sterling was debated at the highest level of British government, has captured the imagination of many historians, notably Sir Alec Cairncross and Scott Newton.
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No cover image. Foreign Exchange in the Postwar World Chapter The Sterling Area. By JOHN WOOD THE remarkable thing about the sterling area is that it survives. Unable more years than not to pay its way, lurching from one crisis to the next, the fashionable comment to make is that it is only a matter of time before it all breaks up.
Yet it is at this moment by far the most important international currency mechanism the world has. And during the last few years it has financed a. Arguing that Britain's sterling policy had a significant impact on its colonial economic policy, this book focuses on the connection between Britain's sterling and balance of payments policy, colonial economic policy, and the British government's decision to transfer power to colonial egypharmed2018.com: Allister Hinds.
His book is likely to be the standard authority on the subject for some time; it should prove invaluable not only to students of economic policy and current international affairs but also to the general reader to whom international eco-nomics is so often a puzzling mystery.
The Sterling Area in the Postwar World INTERNAL MECHANISM AND COHESION. All three of these books contribute substantially to an understanding of the sterling area and its functions, matters of considerable importance for future policy in a number of countries.
The first, an E.C.A. study, is largely a description of the economies of countries in the sterling area and of production and trade in commodities especially important to the area. Nearly tables and Abstract. The statistical evidence for intra-sterling, total Sterling, and total world trade is summarized in Table 48, covering the period – 1 It should be noted that trade between India and Pakistan was excluded from the statistics in order to arrive at a more “unbiased” estimate of the growth of intra-sterling trade in the postwar period as compared with the prewar egypharmed2018.com: Erik Thorbecke.
Oct 08, · A century and a half later Athelstan, the first King of England, founded a series of mints across his newborn nation, unifying the output in the Statute of Greatley in and founding sterling as.
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Apr 09, · How the Postwar Shift of Global Power to Washington Set the Stage for Today’s Geopolitics A new book examines the role of maps in shaping how policymakers imagined the. Jun 01, · In this valuable and lucid book Catherine R.
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In the 25 years after Britain's worldwide empire fell to piece and Britain ceased to be a great power. Britain abandoned her Indian Empire, gave up her rule over the African and Asian Colonies, surrendered her premier position in the Middle East and withdrew from almost all the bases - like Aden and Singapore - which had once been the 'tollgates and barbicans of empire'.
This book presents a penetrating new analysis of the end of the empire, located at the intersection of politics, economy and society in Britain and the colonies. In the late s and early s, when political control was feasible, discriminatory management of the colonies sustained Britain's postwar recovery.
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Nearly one-half of the firm's lawyers practice Headquarters: Lexington Avenue, New York City. Jul 01, · In particular it suggests that the crisis revealed deep Anglo-American differences, centring on the nature of the Marshall Plan, on the international value of the sterling area, and on the proper relationship between the United Kingdom and Western Europe, Ultimately the British succeeded in resolving these disagreements: but this triumph Cited by: 6.Because of the acute shortage of dollars in the postwar world, Australia was obliged to expand her trade within the sterling area and to discriminate against American goods.