American Growth and the Balance of Payments, 1820-1913: A Study of the Long Swing

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LIST OF TABLES
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1. American Domestic Long-Swing Chronology6
2. Balance-of-Payments Dating for Long Swings (Smoothed Data)7
3. Balance-of-Payments Dating for Long Swings (Annual Data)8
4. Dating for Crude and Manufactured Foodstuff Exports33
5. Dating for Crude Material, and Semifinished and Finished Manufactured Exports, in Rates of Change34
6. Indices of Rates of Development in the United States41
7. Comparative Amplitude Measurements for Imports and Exports51
8. Balance-of-Payments Dating for Long Swings56
9. Dating for Import Components: Five Commodity Groups60
10. Lead-Lag Comparison of Imports and Import Prices69
11. Dating for Imports, Deflated and in Current Prices71
12. Effects of Deflation on Amplitude of Imports72
13. Dating of Net Capital Movements, Imports, and Domestic Activity over the Long Swing74
14. Comparative Dating of Imports and Economic Activity77
15. Lag Analysis of Deflated Imports on Domestic Series, 1830191481
16. Lag Analysis of Current Imports on Domestic Series, 1830191482
17. Turning-Point Comparison of Domestic Prices and Deflated Imports87
18. Lead-Lag Comparison of Imports and Net Capital Movements93
19. Objects of State Debts up to 1838, by States102
20. Objects of State Debts up to 1838, by Areas103
21. Railroad Mileage Completed, 1843-1861116
22. Regional Distribution of Railroad Expansion, 1840-1879118
23. United States Net Capital Imports, Railroad Stock Prices, and British Share Prices, 1844-1860121
24. Percentage of Federal Coupon Bonds Held Abroad, 18661878126

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