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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Trevor J O Dick; John E Floyd
|Description:||xiii, 236 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||List of tables and figures; Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. The standard neoclassical specie-flow mechanism; 3. A new view of gold standard adjustment; 4. An empirical overview; 5. Statistical tests of goods and asset market adjustments; 6. Evidence on the process of balance-of-payments adjustment; 7. Some further evidence on structure and timing; 8. 'Canada's balance': Viner and his critics; 9. The theoretical implications of capital mobility; 10. 'Canada's balance of indebtedness': reinterpretating the historical evidence; 11. Conclusions. How the gold standard worked; Appendices; References; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Trevor J.O. Dick, John E. Floyd.|
"Dick and Floyd, two respected economists, have written an interesting and challenging interpretation of how the Canadian economy functioned under the gold standard during a period of massive capital