The Effects of Exchange Rate Adjustments: The Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by OASIA Research, Department of the Treasury, April 4 and 5, 1974
Peter B. Clark, Dennis E. Logue, Richard James Sweeney
The Department, 1977 - Balance of payments - 436 pages
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absorption actual adjustment aggregate analysis approach assets assumed assumption average balance of payments Bank billion capital cause coefficient commodity considered contract costs currency demand depends determined devaluation discussion dollar domestic domestic prices Economic effects elasticities empirical equal equation equilibrium estimates example exchange rate exchange-rate changes expected export prices expressed factors firms flows foreign Germany given groups holdings impact imports improvement included income increase indicate industrial inflation initial interest International Italy Japan less long-run manufactures measured monetary money supply noted output percent percentage period position present reduce reflect relative prices reported Reserve response rise sector securities Services share shift short run shows Source Statistics steel substitutes supply Table trade balance U.S. imports unemployment United United Kingdom variables volume wage weights
Page 149 - The author is responsible for the paper's remaining shortcomings. The analysis and conclusions of this paper should not be interpreted as representing the views of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or anyone else on its staff.
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Page 45 - The opinions expressed in this paper are the authors' own and do not reflect those of ISAE 1.
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Page 233 - However, the opinions and conclusions expressed are solely those of the author and should not be interpreted as representing those of RAND or any of the agencies or others sponsoring tts research.
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