International Finance and Financial Policy

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place. In short, managed traders in the United States and, perhaps, in the European Economic Community as well, should be careful what they wish for. They may get it.


NOTE

A shorter essay based on this conference paper received first prize in the 1989 AMEX Bank Review Awards, the international essay competition run by American Express Bank in memory of Robert Marjolin.


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Feldstein Martin. ( 1988). "Feldstein on the Dollar." The Economist, December 3, pp. 21-24.

Fukao Mitsukiro, and Kunio Okina. ( 1988). "Internationalization of Financial Markets and Balance of Payments Imbalances: A Japanese Perspective." Institute of Monetary and Economic Studies, The Bank of Japan, July.

Kissinger Henry, and Cyrus Vance. ( 1988). "Bipartisan Objectives for Foreign Policy." Foreign Affairs, Summer, pp. 891-921.

Koo Richard. ( 1987). "Japan and International Capital Flows." Nomura Research Institute ( Tokyo), October.

Makin John H. ( 1974). "Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Flexibility in the Post- Bretton Woods Era." Essays in International Finance, International Finance Section, Princeton University, February.

-----. ( 1986). U.S. Fiscal Policy: Its Effects at Home and Abroad. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute.

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-----. ( 1988b) "Japan's Threat." Challenge, November/December, pp. 8-16.

-----. ( 1988c) "The U.S. 'Debtor' Status Has Been Overblown." The International Economy, January/February, pp. 120-124.

Prestowitz Clyde. ( 1988). Trading Places: How We Allowed Japan to Take the Lead. New York: Basic Books.

Sachs Jeffrey D. ( 1988). "Global Adjustments to a Shrinking U.S. Trade Deficit." Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2, pp. 639-668.

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