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Over The IMF Package And the IMF package and avenue was xplored before not before time he sided with Denis Healey’ Lord David Owen Foreign Secretary 1977 79 ‘Professor Roberts has made an interesting and timely contribution to the
literature on the 1976 sterling crisis But he has done – showing how it stemmed in part from on the 1976 sterling crisis But he has done – showing how it stemmed in part from 1944 Bretton Woods agreements and in part from the policies governments generally – not just the British Government – adopted on the basis they laid down’ Sir Douglas Wass Permanent Secretary of the Treasury 1974 83 ‘Richard Roberts is our foremost A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, economic historian His book should be compulsory reading for Treasury and Bank of England officials But you do not have to be anconomist to The Shadow Reader enjoy it merely interested in why Britain is where it is’ Lord Nichola. This was anxciting For information on OMFIF "PRESS TITLES VISIT OMFIFORGSHOP THE 1976 SAGA REVISITED BRITAIN’S "titles visit omfiforgshop THE 1976 SAGA REVISITED BRITAIN’S CRISIS 40 YEARS ON The pound is in free fall The government is divided Foreign creditors are clamouring for tough action The chancellor of the xcheuer is under pressure from competing party loyalties The balance of payments seems out of control Welcome to the world of 1976 when James Callaghan’s government had to resort to the IMF to prevent disaster Richard Roberts’ fast paced account unveils the intricacies and intrigues of a watershed in British and international conomic history – a chronicle displaying similarities to Britain’s predicament after the vote to leave the European Union ‘This xcellent book is both accurate and perceptive – a
MUCH NEEDED HISTORICAL ANALYSIS ROBERTS needed unmatched historical analysis Roberts clear account of how Jim Callaghan pr.
Download When Britain Went Bust The 1976 IMF CrisisTs I njoyed reading it. S Macpherson Permanent Secretary of the Treasury 2005 16 ‘Richard Roberts is the master narrator of the concentrated slice of financial history with rich political social and human dimensions Calmly authoritatively and with flashes of humour he tells the story in When Britain Went Bust of the tumultuous crisis that The Power Of A Choice ended the post war dream Following the seam he mined in Saving theCity Roberts observes how Britainmerged into the poch in which we still live’ David Kynaston author of City of London The History About the Author Richard Roberts is Professor of Contemporary Financial History at King’s College London An author
eight previous books banking history and world finance he is on the advisory boards of OMFIF and the Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon a trustee of the Barings ArchiveOf Eight Previous Books
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