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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
International aspects of stabilization policies.
Boston : Available from Public Information Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, [1974?]
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Albert Ando; Richard Herring; Richard C Marston; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
|Description:||446 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Stocks and flows in international monetary analysis --
National autonomy of stabilization policy --
International monetary reform and the stabilization problems --
Coordination and harmonization of stabilization policies among countries with special references to Britain and the EEC --
Stability in the international economy: The LINK experience --
International transmission of economic fluctuations and inflation --
Trade, capital flows, and migration as channels for international transmission of stabilizing policies --
DESMOS: A model for the coordination of economic policies in the EEC countries --
Patterns of instability in socialist countries: Do they call for internationally coordinated stabilization measures? --
Stabilization policy in Japan and its relation to economic instability in the world --
Modeling stabilization policy for the LDC's in an international setting.
|Series Title:||Conference series (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston), no. 12.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Albert Ando, Richard Herring, and Richard Marston ; sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the International Seminar in Public Economics.|