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Macroeconomic Interactions between North and South

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David Currie, Anton Muscatelli, David Vines, Michael Beenstock, Michael P. Dooley, Thomas Moutos, Anton Muscatelli, Nic Vidalis, Paul Armington, Andrew Hughes Hallett, Ralph C. Bryant, Andrew Powell, Christopher Gilbert, Jorge Braga De Macedo, S. Hossein Samiei, Youngil Lim, Rob Vos, Alasdair I. MacBean, Winston Fritsch, Adrian Wood
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  • Date Published: June 2010
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521134118

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  • This volume contains the proceedings of a September 1987 conference organised by the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the International Economics Study Group. The contributors in this volume explore the North–South macroeconomic interactions. The volume will interest those involved in policy debates concerning international debt, the global consequences of macroeconomic policy choices in the North, commodity markets and the economic policies of the less developed countries. It will also form a valuable addition to undergraduate and postgraduate reading lists in trade, finance, international macroeconomics and the economics of developing countries.

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    • Date Published: June 2010
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521134118
    • length: 304 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.45kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of figures
    List of tables
    Preface
    List of conference participants
    1. Introduction David Currie, Anton Muscatelli and David Vines
    2. An econometric investigation of North–South interdependence Michael Beenstock
    Discussion Michael P. Dooley
    3. North–South interactions: a general-equilibrium framework for the study of strategic issues David Currie, David Vines, Thomas Moutos, Anton Muscatelli and Nic Vidalis
    Discussion Paul Armington
    4. Commodities, debt and North–South cooperation: a cautionary tale from the structuralist camp Andrew Hughes Hallett
    Discussion Ralph C. Bryant
    5. The use of commodity contracts for the management of developing country commodity risks Andrew Powell and Christopher Gilbert
    Discussion Jorge Braga De Macedo
    6. An empirical study of disequilibrium in North–South trade S. Hossein Samiei
    Discussion Youngil Lim
    7. Global savings, investment and adjustment: on micro- and macroeconomic foundations of North–South financial interdependence Rob Vos
    Discussion Alasdair I. MacBean
    8. Brazil's growth prospects: domestic savings, external finance and OECD performance interactions Winston Fritsch
    Discussion Adrian Wood
    Index.

  • Editors

    David Currie

    David Vines

    Contributors

    David Currie, Anton Muscatelli, David Vines, Michael Beenstock, Michael P. Dooley, Thomas Moutos, Anton Muscatelli, Nic Vidalis, Paul Armington, Andrew Hughes Hallett, Ralph C. Bryant, Andrew Powell, Christopher Gilbert, Jorge Braga De Macedo, S. Hossein Samiei, Youngil Lim, Rob Vos, Alasdair I. MacBean, Winston Fritsch, Adrian Wood

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