International financial institutions, Managerial Economics

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

In July 1944, a conference took place at Bretton Woods in New Hampshire to try to establish the pattern of post-war international monetary transactions.  The aim was to try to achieve free convertibility, improve international liquidity and avoid the economic nationalism which had characterized the inter war period.

The result was that two institutions were established:  in 1946, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD); and in 1947 the International Monetary Fund.

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