Trade, growth, and the balance of payments; essays in honor of Gottfried Haberler, by Robert E. Baldwin [and others].

; Baldwin, Robert E
Chicago, Rand McNally, 1965.

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Other Authors Baldwin, Robert E.
Haberler, Gottfried, 1900-1995.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Commercial policy.
Politica Comercial.
Politique commerciale.
Description viii, 267 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Germany's persistent balance-of-payments disequilibrium, by C.P. Kindleberger.--Competition and growth: the lesson of the United States balance of payments, by E. Sohmen.
Optimal trade intervention in the presence of domestic distortions, by H.G. Johnson.--Equalization by trade of the interest rate along with the real wage, by P.A. Samuelson.--On the equivalence of tariffs and quotas, by J. Bhagwati.--Tariff-cutting techniques in the Kennedy round, by R.E. Baldwin.--Some aspects of policies for freer trade, by B. Ohlin.--"Vent for surplus" models of trade and growth, by R.E. Caves.--International, National, regional, and local industries, by J. Tinbergen.--The multiplier if imports are for investments, by W.F. Stolper.--Trade, speculation, and the forward exchange rate, by P.B. Kenen.--Monetary stability as a precondition for economic integration, by R. Kamitz.--Adjustment, compensatory correction, and financing of imbalances in international payments, by F. Machlup.--Interest rates and the balance of payments: an analysis of the Swiss experience, by J. Niehans.
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