Notes and References
All references to Chapters 1 and 5 are set forth after the Notes to Chapter
5. Notes and references are provided after Chapters 3 and 4 also, but
sources for Chapter 2 are contained only in the Notes to Chapter 2.
Notes to Chapter 1
Lovett, World Trade Rivalry, 1987, provides many sources on British economic
development, industrial and trade policies. But special emphasis should be given to Kitson and
Solomou, Protectionism and Economic Revival (about the 1920s-30s), 1990;
and Middlemas and
Baldwin (about the 1920s-30s), 1969. See also, Feis, Europe: The World's Banker, 1930. And see
Eichengreen 1983. Finally, Kindleberger, Financial History of Western Europe, 2nd ed., 1993, is
helpful for general background.
See Kindleberger 1993, generally, along with Cairncross 1983, James 1996, Kenen 1994, Funabashi 1989, Bergsten 1991, Dobson 1991, Volcker and
Gyohten 1992, Root 1994, Bergsten 1996, and Blecker 1996.
For the significance of safeguard and unfair trade practice relief under GATT
1947, see Lovett, "Current World Trade Agenda: GATT, Regionalism and Unresolved
Asymmetry Problems," 1994a; Lovett, Testimony before House Ways and Means Committee, 1994b; Jerome, World Trade at the Crossroads: The Uruguay Round, GATT,
and Beyond, Economic Strategy Institute, 1992; and Mastel, American Trade Laws After
the Uruguay Round, 1996. See also, Schott, The World Trading System, 1996; Jackson, Antidumping Law and Practice, 1989; Hufbauer and
Erb, Subsidies in International
Trade, 1984; and Jackson, The World Trading Systems, 2nd ed., 1997.
See, for example, Stein, Fiscal Revolution in America, 1990; and standard texts
like Peterson and
Estenson, Income, Employment and Economic Growth, 1992; Kidwell, Financial Institutions Markets, and Money, 1997, or Lovett, Banking and Financial
Institutions Law, 1997.
5. See Thurow, Future of Capitalism, 1996; Blecker, Beyond the Twin Deficits, 1992; Godley, A Critical Imbalance in U.S. Trade, 1995; McKinnon, Rules of the Game, 1996; James, International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods, 1996; Erdman, Tug of War, 1996; Eichengreen, International Monetary Arrangements for the Twenty-
first Century, 1994; and Dornbusch, Exchange Rates and Inflation, 1988.
In this connection, we should remember the fundamental importance of the overall
"balance of produce and consumption" in Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations, at 464
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