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The Economics of interdependence: economic policy in the Atlantic community

Author: Cooper, Richard N. Corporate author: Council on Foreign Relations Series: Atlantic policy studies Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1968.Language: EnglishDescription: 302 p. : Graphs ; 21 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Doriot Library
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Print HB847 .C667 1968
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000067797
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Book Doriot Library
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Print HB847 .C667 1968
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001193428
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Print HF1411 .C667 1968
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900023452
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents Preface INTRODUCTION PART I: Chapter 1. The Central Problem Chapter 2. The Postwar International Payments System PART II: Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. ix 3 24 STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE WORLD ECONOMY 59 Increased Sensitivity of Foreign Trade International Movements of Capital, Technology, 81 and Labor 112 International Financial Markets National Economic Policy in an Interdependent 148 World Economy PART III: ALTERNATIVE PAYMENTS SYSTEMS Chapter 7. Economic Policy Formation with Internal Adjustment Chapter 8. Provision for Ample Liquidity Chapter 9. Controlled Restraints on International Transactions Chapter 10. Mixed Solutions for the Atlantic Community Index Council on Foreign Relations Publications 177 203 227 260 281 297 299 .. xiii. xiv Contents LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 51 International Reserves 61 World Trade by Commodity Class 62 The Network of World Trade 68 International Travel 71 Wage Movements in America, Europe, and Japan Regional Specialization in Economic Activity in 72 the United States 3-6 Specialization in Manufacturing Activity in Industrial 75 Countries 83 4-1 New U.S. Direct Investment Abroad 4-2 Private U.S. Capital Movements Other Than Direct Investment 84 4-3 Foreign Direct Investment Flows of Britain and Germany 86 87 4-4 Direct Investment Flows, 1964 102 4-5 Earnings on U.S. Direct Investments Abroad 4-6 U.S. Earnings from Merchandise Exports, Direct Investment 107 and Technology 124 5-l Money Supply: An International Comparison 129 5-2 Initial Costs of Public Issues, 1962 130 5-3 Market Financing for New Investment, 1962 131 5-4 Major Security Markets, 1962 134 5-5 Transatlantic Financial Exchange, 1962-64 139 5-6 New Foreign Currency Issues on European Bond Market 6-l Percentage of Investment in New Plant and Machinery 166 Allowed to be Written Off for Tax Purposes 166 6-2 Statutory and Effective Corporate Income Tax Rates 8-l Drawings at the International Monetary Fund In Comparison 211 with Reserves of Borrowing Countries 241 9-l Basic Travel Allowances 9-2 Summary of Controls Over Capital Movements Exercised by 244 Major OECD Countries 9-3 Calculated Loss in Gross National Product Attributed to 251 Specified Misallocations of Resources 270 10-l Cooperation and Adjustment 18 Figure l-l Liquidity and Adjustment 21 Figure l-2 Postwar Economic Progress 120 Figure 5-l U.S. and Eurodollar Interest Rates, 1959-1967 Figure 5-2 Arbitrage Incentives Between Dollars and Sterling, 121 1960-1967 Figure 5-3 Short-Term Rates for U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, and Switzerland, 141 1958-1967

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