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Tobin (Nobel Laureate, economics) examines the economic policies of the United States in the period since 1990, and critically assesses the influence of his own earlier work. With attention to globalization, currency crises, bail-outs, and the role of the IMF and World Bank, the book presents a framework for interpreting the relationship between monetary and fiscal polices and their effects on employment and growth. Its 30 chapters include technical papers, op-ed pieces, speeches, and debates from 1960 to 2001, though most were written since 1994. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR