Problems of the United States as world trader and banker.


[New York] National Bureau of Economic Research, 1963.

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Subjects Aussenhandelspolitik.
Balance des paiements -- EĢtats-Unis.
Balance of payments -- United States.
Balance of payments.
USA.
United States -- Economic conditions.
United States.
Zahlungsbilanz.
Series Studies in international economic relations ; no. 1.
Description xvi, 175 pages diagrams, tables 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. 1. Introduction and Summary: Problems Posed by the Balance-of-Payments Deficit -- Doubts Regarding our Competitive Strength -- The New Balance-of-Payments Constraint -- Some Tentative Findings -- part 2. Sketch of the Balance of Payments Since the War -- The Concept and Evolution of the Deficit -- Distinction Between Liquid Capital Movements and Other Transactions -- The Size and Cumulative Effect of the Deficit -- The Changing Characteristics of the Balance of Payments -- Relief and Reconstruction Period, 1946-1949 -- Korean War Period, 1950-1952 -- World Economic Expansion, 1953-1957 -- The Swollen Deficits of 1958 and 1959 -- New Strains from Capitol Outflows in 1960 and 1961 -- The Balance of Payments in 1962 -- The Selection of Periods for Comparison -- part 3. Elements of Strength and Weakness in Basic Transactions -- The Risk of Overexplaining the Balance of Payments -- Increase in Balance-of-Payments Burdens -- Factors of Change in Our Competitive Position -- Growth of Foreign Capacity and Elimination of Bottlenecks -- Increased Receptivity of the United States to Imports -- Foreign Technological Advance -- Prices and Competition -- American Investment in Foreign Manufacturing -- Official Measures Directly Affecting Basic Transactions -- The Comparative Performance of Exports and Imports -- An Over-All View: Exports and Imports of Goods and Nonmilitary Services -- Competitive Position in Trade in Manufactures -- Growth and the Balance of Payments -- part 4. The Search for Ways of Strengthening Our International Payments Position -- Future Uncertainties and the Need for Flexibility -- Limitations on Lines of Action Open to the United States -- Limitations on Recourse to Deflation -- Limitations on Exchange Rate Policy -- Possibilities of Improving Processes of Adjustment -- Remnants of a General Mechanism of Adjustment -- Other Means of Promoting Adjustments -- The Prevention of Disruptive of Liquid Capitol -- Reconciliation of Internal and External Objectives -- Possibilities of Enlarging the Scope for Monetary Policy -- Nature and Timing of Policies -- The Need of the United States for Large Reserves -- Distinctive Aspects of U.S. Payments Position -- U.S. Reserves and Borrowing Facilities -- Some Alternative Courses of Action.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)228695
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WorldCat Identities Lary, Hal B. 1910-
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