The titles in this series investigate themes of interest to economists and economic historians in the rapidly developing field of macroeconomic history. The four areas covered include the application of monetary and finance theory, international economics and quantitative methods to historical problems; the historical application of growth and development theory and theories of business fluctuations; the history of domestic and international monetary, financial and other macroeconomic institutions; and the history of international monetary and financial systems.
General Editor: Michael D. Bordo, Rutgers University, New Jersey
Associate Editors: Owen F. Humpage, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Christopher M. Meissner, University of California, Davis; Kris James Mitchener, Santa Clara University, California; David C. Wheelock, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
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