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Psychology

1998

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Trends. The Global Threat Of Fundamentalism, Editor Oct 1998

Trends. The Global Threat Of Fundamentalism, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the movement of neoclassical economics adhered to by leaders of the International Monetary Fund, many Western central bankers, ministers of finance, and global investors.


The United States House Of Representatives And The International Monetary Fund: Cognitions And Miscognitions, Editor Jul 1998

The United States House Of Representatives And The International Monetary Fund: Cognitions And Miscognitions, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides a brief cognitive analysis of rationales for not supporting the allocation of $18 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


Trends. The Economic Psychology Of Conflict: A Japanese "Secret" Approach, Editor Jul 1998

Trends. The Economic Psychology Of Conflict: A Japanese "Secret" Approach, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the potential "confusion" in the currency markets, in all the Asian markets.


Trends. The Proliferation Of Weapons Of Mass Destruction: Fungibility Of Money And Motivations, Editor Jul 1998

Trends. The Proliferation Of Weapons Of Mass Destruction: Fungibility Of Money And Motivations, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the funding for weapons of mas destruction (WMD).


Cognitive Complexity And The International Monetary Fund: An $18 Billion Question May 1998

Cognitive Complexity And The International Monetary Fund: An $18 Billion Question

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes two common political positions on the Clinton Administration's proposal to allocate an additional $18 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and then offers a less common position. The three positions may be differentiated by the psychological construct of cognitive complexity.