The story of the boat trip that laid the foundation for the world economy as we know it today, 70 years later. During the crossing to the Bretton Woods conference, the travelers wrote a draft of how the World Bank and the IMF should look while the Queen Mary sailed in zigzags to avoid German submarines. Can we learn something from the men who gathered on the Atlantic Ocean the summer of 1944 to, in Keynes's words, utilize “the war's peace” to create a better world?
Tallene, tankene og tilfeldighetene bak den rådende økonomiske fornuft
Maria Berg Reinertsen
Author Maria Berg Reinertsen
Maria Reinertsen (1980–) is a social economist and journalist for Morgenbladet, a Norwegian weekly newspaper, where she writes about financial matters for people who are not necessarily interested in Finance.