Oxford Review of Economic Policy volume 18, issue 4, P479-494 2002 DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/18.4.479 View full text
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G. Cameron

Abstract: During the Bretton Woods era, OECD countries grew at historically unprecedented rates. This Golden Age has many possible explanations, ranging from the return to liberal policies in international trade to a backlog of profitable growth opportunities after the neglect of the 1930s and wartime damage. Eichengreen (1996) has argued that the proximate cause of the rapid growth was high investment, and that this high investment was made possible by certain institutions that were particularly well suited to reconstr…

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