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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 April 2020

Claudio Borio
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Bank for International Settlements
Stijn Claessens
Affiliation:
Bank for International Settlements
Piet Clement
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Bank for International Settlements
Robert N. McCauley
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Bank for International Settlements
Hyun Song Shin
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Bank for International Settlements
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Promoting Global Monetary and Financial Stability
The Bank for International Settlements after Bretton Woods, 1973–2020
, pp. 241 - 252
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