The monetary approach to the balance of payments [electronic resource] edited by Jacob A. Frenkel, Harry G. Johnson.
- 1st edition
- Oxfordshire, England ; New York : Routledge, c1976.
- Collected Works of Harry G. Johnson
Collected Works of Harry G. Johnson ; Volume 7
1 online resource (389 p.)
- Balance of payments.
- Electronic books.
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This book collects together the basic documents of an approach to the theory and policy of the balance of payments developed in the 1970s. The approach marked a return to the historical traditions of international monetary theory after some thirty years of departure from them - a departure occasioned by the international collapse of the 1930s, the Keynesian Revolution and a long period of war and post-war reconstruction in which the international monetary system was fragmented by exchange controls, currency inconvertibility and controls over international trade and capital movements.
- Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; PART ONE-THEORETICAL; I Introductory Essay; 1 The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments: Essential Concepts and Historical Origins; II Basic Articles; 2 Towards a General Theory of the Balance of Payments; 3 Barter Theory and the Monetary Mechanism of Adjustment; III Further Developments; 4 The International Distribution of Money in a Growing World Economy; 5 A Dynamic Analysis of the Balance of Payments in a Model of Accumulation
6 The Monetary Approach to Balance-of-Payments Theory7 Devaluation, Money, and Non-Traded Goods; 8 Tariffs and the Balance of Payments: A Monetary Approach; 9 Money and Wealth in an Open Economy Income-Expenditure Model; 10 Monetary Policy under Fixed Exchange Rates: Effectiveness, the Speed of Adjustment, and Proper Use; 11 The Monetary Theory of Balance-of-Payments Policies; PART TWO-EMPIRICAL; IV Case Studies; 12 Monetary Equilibrium and International Reserve Flows in Australia; 13 Aspects of the Monetary Approach to Balance-of-Payments Theory: An Empirical Study of Sweden
14 International Reserve Flows and Money Market Equilibrium: The Japanese Case15 The Balance of Payments as a Monetary Phenomenon: Empirical Evidence, Spain 1955-71; V Application to Economic History; 16 How the Gold Standard Worked, 1880-1913; Index
- Includes index.
Description based on online resource; title from title page (ebrary, viewed July 12, 2013).
- Frenkel, Jacob A.
Johnson, Harry G. (Harry Gordon), 1923-1977.
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