Describes the problems and priorities in countries involved use of the gold standard as the basis for managing their money. The attitude of the United Kingdom in 1925, allows for real-world research on the key compromise “goes back to gold” versus movement towards flexible “floating” exchange rates.

Describes the problems and priorities in countries involved use of the gold standard as the basis for managing their money. The attitude of the United Kingdom in 1925, allows for real-world research on the key compromise “goes back to gold” versus movement towards flexible “floating” exchange rates.
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Thomas K. McCraw,
Daniel A. Pope
Source: Harvard Business School
15 pages.
Release Date: 09 December, 1982. Prod #: 383081-PDF-ENG
Britain and the Gold Standard in 1925 HBR case solution

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