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Macesich, George


MACESICH, George. American, b. 1927. Genres: Economics. Career: Florida State University, Tallahassee, assistant professor, 1959-61, associate professor, 1961-63, professor of economics, 1963-, and director of the Center for Yugoslav-American Studies, 1965-. Publications: Yugoslavia: Theory and Practice of Development Planning, 1964; Commercial Banking and Regional Development in the U.S. 1950-60, 1965; Money in a European Common Market Setting, 1972; Financial, Industrial and Regional Development, 1972; Monetary and Financial Organization for Growth and Stability, 1972; Economic Stability, 1973; Monetary Theory and Policy, 1973; (with D. Dimitrijevic) Money and Finance in Contemporary Yugoslavia, 1973; The Intermaterial Monetary Economy and the Third World, 1981; (with H. Tsai) Money in Economic Systems, 1982; Monetarism: Theory and Policy, 1983; Politics of Monetarism, 1984; World Banking and Finance, 1984; (with Dimitrijevic) Money and Finance in Yugoslavia, 1985; World Crises and Developing Countries, 1985; Economic Nationalism and Stability, 1985; Monetary Policy and Rational Expectations, 1987; Monetary Reform and Co-operation Theory, 1989; (ed. with G. Macesich, R. Lang, and D. Vojnic) Essays on the Yugoslav Economic Model, 1989; The U.S. in a Changing Global Economy, 1997; The World Economy at the Crossroads, 1997; Political Economy of Money, 1999; Issues in Money and Banking, 2000; Monetary Regimes, 2002. Address: Department of Economics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32304, U.S.A.

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