The International Gold Problem, Collected Papers: A Record of the Discussions of a Study Group of Members of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1929-1931.
Oxford University Press, 1931. First edition. Good octavo hardcover in blue cloth binding without dust jacket. Wear and rubbing to edges of the boards with bumping to the head and heel of the spine. Some scuffing and soiling to the covers with browning along the edges and along the spine. Page edges are a bit browned. Three small scratches/tears in binding on the spine. 240 pages with 2 foldout tables, footnotes, bibliography, and index. The articles are: 1. The International Functions of Gold: Introductory Survey, 2. How Do We Want Gold to Behave, 3. Gold Production, 4. Some Problems of International Banking Policy, 5. Central Bank Reserves, 6. For What Objects Do Central banks Hold Gold, 7. The International Consequences of the Present Distribution of Gold Holdings. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 11180)