Recent Issues in International Monetary Economics: Third Paris-Dauphine Conference on Money and International Monetary Problems, March 28-30, 1974 [proceedings]
Third Paris-Dauphine Conference on Money and International Monetary Problems March 28-30, Paris Dauphine Conference on Money and International Monetary Problems
North-Holland Publishing Company, 1976 - Balance of payments - 428 pages
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adjustment adjustment policies analysis assets assumed assumption authorities balance of payments balance-of-payments base bonds budget capital central bank closed consider constant constraint cost creation currency curve deficit demand depends desired determined devaluation developed discussion disequilibrium distribution disturbance dollar domestic effect elasticities equal equation equilibrium excess exchange rates existence expectations expenditure exports fact figure final finance fiscal flexible floating flow foreign function given higher holdings implies important income increase inflation interest interest rate investment long-run means mechanism monetary approach monetary policy money supply non-traded obtained open economy optimal output portfolio position possible present price level prior problem quantity question reduced relative reserves respect response rise sector securities shift speculators stability surplus theory trade University variables wages wealth zero