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by Patricia P. Clavin

  • ISBN: 0199577935
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  • Author: Patricia P. Clavin
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 22, 2013)
  • Pages: 384 pages
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Clavin Patricia (EN).

Clavin Patricia (EN).

-Diplomacy and Statecraft. -Journal of Modern History.

As Clavin notes, the league’s founders did not expect it to deal with .

As Clavin notes, the league’s founders did not expect it to deal with economics at all. However, the 1920 Brussels conference, of which Clavin gives a remarkably lucid explanation, launched what became a major focus on financial and economic problems. This is in fact a study of trying to secure the world economy and trying to reinvent the League of Nations, efforts which alas did not succeed. Citation: Sally Marks.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Securing the World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations, 1920–1946. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.

In 2015, Clavin was awarded the British Academy Medal for her book, Securing The World Economy: The Reinvention of the League . Securing the world economy: the reinvention of the League of Nations, 1920-1946. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

In 2015, Clavin was awarded the British Academy Medal for her book, Securing The World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations 1920-1946; the medals are awarded each year to up to three people "for landmark academic achievement in any of the humanities and social science disciplines supported by the Academy". "Professor Patricia Clavin". University of Oxford.

The opinions and perspectives of the returnees are central to the study

increased with financial globalization. In the 1990s, when financial globalization was lower, there were . 7 . IPO compared to only . 2 in the 2000s. The opinions and perspectives of the returnees are central to the study.

9780198766483 Securing the World Economy. Oxford University Press, USA. Book Format. xii + 400 pp. Bibliography, index. ISBN: 978-0-19-957793-4.

Patricia Clavin traces how the League of Nations sought to combat economic nationalism and promote .

Patricia Clavin traces how the League of Nations sought to combat economic nationalism and promote economic and monetary co-operation in a variety of, sometimes contradictory, ways. In 1940 the League established an economic mission in the United States, where it contributed to the creation of organizations for the post-war world - the United Nations Organization, the IMF, the World Bank, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization - as well as to plans for European reconstruction and co-operation. It is a history that resonates deeply with challenges that face the twenty-first century world.

In 2015, Clavin was awarded the British Academy Medal for her book, Securing The World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations 1920-1946; the medals are awarded each year to up to three people "for landmark academic achievement in any of the humanities an. .

In 2015, Clavin was awarded the British Academy Medal for her book, Securing The World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations 1920-1946; the medals are awarded each year to up to three people "for landmark academic achievement in any of the humanities and social science disciplines supported by the Academy" In July 2016, she was elected a. Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), the UK's national academy for the humanities and the social sciences

Securing the World Economy explains how efforts to support global capitalism became a core objective of the League of Nations. Based on new research drawn together from archives on three continents, it explores how the world's first ever inter-governmental organization sought to understand and shape the powerful forces that influenced the global economy, and the prospects for peace. It traces how the League was drawn into economics and finance by the exigencies of the slump and hyperinflation after the First World War, when it provided essential financial support to Austria, Hungary, Greece, Bulgaria, and Estonia and, thereby, established the founding principles of financial intervention, international oversight, and the twentieth-century notion of international "development."But it is the impact of the Great Depression after 1929 that lies at the heart of this history. Patricia Clavin traces how the League of Nations sought to combat economic nationalism and promote economic and monetary co-operation in a variety of, sometimes contradictory, ways. Many of the economists, bureaucrats, and policy-advisors who worked for it played a seminal role in the history of international relations and social science, and their efforts did not end with the outbreak of the Second World War. In 1940 the League established an economic mission in the United States, where it contributed to the creation of organizations for the post-war world - the United Nations Organization, the IMF, the World Bank, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization - as well as to plans for European reconstruction and co-operation. It is a history that resonates deeply with challenges that face the twenty-first century world.

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