Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the Asia Pacific Economic and Business History Conference, Sydney, 2007, the New Zealand Historical Association Conference, Wellington, 2007, and a workshop on ‘Exchange Rate Regimes in Historical Perspective’, University of Glasgow, March 2009. We thank the participants at these sessions together with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Knowledge Centre and Statistics Unit, the Bank of England Archive, the Reserve Bank of Australia, Archives New Zealand, the National Archives of Australia and their staff. Thanks also to Gary Hawke and Lyndon Moore for comments on an earlier draft. The research is partly funded by the ESRC World Economy and Finance programme, RES-165-25-0004 and benefited from the research assistance of Dr Niall MacKenzie.
BASKET PEGS AND EXCHANGE RATE REGIME CHANGE: AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND IN THE MID-SEVENTIES*
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Australian Economic History Review
Volume 51, Issue 2, pages 120–149, July 2011
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SCHENK, C. and SINGLETON, J. (2011), BASKET PEGS AND EXCHANGE RATE REGIME CHANGE: AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND IN THE MID-SEVENTIES. Australian Economic History Review, 51: 120–149. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8446.2011.00327.x
- Issue online: 4 JUL 2011
- Version of Record online: 4 JUL 2011
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