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261 for six semesters up to the winter semester 1926–27. She wrote a thesis with the title ‘Die rechtliche Stellung der Kartelle unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der österreichischen Eisenindustrie’ (‘The legal position of the cartels with special consideration of the Austrian iron industry’). The oral examination for the doctor’s degree took place on 18 December 1928. She acquired the title Dr. rer.pol. She then published, among other places, in the Österreichischen Zeitschrift für Bankwesen (Austrian Journal for Banking). In 1938 she had to leave Austria. At ﬁrst she emigrated to Great Britain, from where she entered the USA in 1939, staying, among other places, in Princeton. She became a staff member of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC. She brought out publications on questions of monetary policy and ﬁnance, as well as on foreign trade. She died in 1974. JÜRGEN NAUTZ Bibliography Selected writings by Gertrud von Lovasy (1937), ‘Zur Entwicklung des wirtschaftlichen Kapitalverkehrs in den letzten zehn Jahren’, Zeitschrift für Bankwesen, 2, 206–18. (1941–42), ‘International Trade under Imperfect Competition’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 55, 567–83. (1953), ‘Rise in U.S. Share of World Textile Trade’, International Monetary Fund, Staff Papers, 3, April, 47–68. (1953), ‘Short Run Fluctuations in U.S. Imports of Raw Materials, 1928–39 and 1947–52’ (with H.K. Zassenhaus), IMF Staff Papers, S. 270–89. (1956), ‘Price of Raw Materials in the 1953–54 U.S. Recession’, IMF Staff Papers, 5, 47–73. (1962), ‘Inﬂation and Exports in Primary...
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