Robert Z. Aliber is Professor of International Economics and Finance at the Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago.
His research activities include: the international financial system; exchange rate issues; international money, capital markets and capital flows; the multinational firm; international banking; public policy issues.
The New International Money Game, Palgrave, 2001
The International Money Game, Palgrave, 1988
The Selected Essays of Robert Aliber (Economists of the Twentieth Century.) Edward Elgar, 2004
The Multinational Paradigm, The MIT Press, 2003
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