Posted Jul 15, 2019 |  by Financial Times, Martin Wolf

The Bretton Woods ideal has shaped the post-second world war era largely because of its commitment to institutionalised cooperation. Between 1950 and 2017 the volume of world trade increased 39 times, and global income per capita grew fourfold as population roughly trebled. But in this article for the Financial Times, Martin Wolf identifies... Read More

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