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The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy-Making (Ph.D. Thesis)

The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy-Making (Ph.D. Thesis)

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Published by Steven Kettell
Steven Kettell's Ph.D. Thesis. Submitted in the Department of Politics and International Studies. University of Warwick, UK, in 2002.
Steven Kettell's Ph.D. Thesis. Submitted in the Department of Politics and International Studies. University of Warwick, UK, in 2002.

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The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy-Making:
A Re-Assessment of Britain’s Return to the Gold Standard in 1925
Steve Kettell
A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Politics and International Studies
University of Warwick, Department of Politics and International StudiesDecember 2002
 
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
iii
Declaration
iv
Abstract
…………………v
List of Abbreviations
vi
Introduction
: Exchange Rate Policy-Making1
Chapter 2
: The Gold Standard47
Chapter 3
: The Crisis of the British State70
Chapter 4
: The First Steps, 1920-2299
Chapter 5
: The Return to Gold, 1923-25127
Chapter 6
: The Golden Shield, 1925-28163
Chapter 7
: The Collapse of the Strategy, 1929-31203
Chapter 8
: The Search for a New Regime…235
Conclusion
: Exchange Rate Policy-Making Reconsidered …260
Appendix
: A Note on Source and Methods279
Bibliography
282
ii
 
Acknowledgements
First of all I would like to thank the ESRC for funding this project through researchgrant no. R00429934243. Many thanks must also go to Dr Pete Burnham and Professor Wyn Grant both for their time and for their invaluable comments and advice throughout the progression of the thesis. Grateful thanks also go to Dr Werner Bonefeld, without whosehelp and assistance this thesis would never have started; to all the archive staff at theModern Records Centre and the Bank of England; and to the TUC for permission to accessthe Bevin papers at the MRC. I would also like to thank my parents for their support andencouragement over these last few years, and I will of course always be indebted to Mariein a way which words can never express.iii

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