How Credit-Money Shapes the Economy: The United States in a Global System

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Index
Accelerated Cost Recovery System, 502n.2
Accelerationist hypothsis, 123
Accounting profits, 300, 498n.15
Accumulation gains, 129
Accumulation regimes, 56-59, 66
Accumulation theory, 10
ACHs. See Automated clearinghouses
Adjustable peg, 363
Adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), 201
Administered (mark-up) prices, 98
Africa, 225
Agricultural Credit Act, 240
Agriculture. SeeFarm headings
Agriculture deregulation, 479
Aldrich Commission report ( 1910), 76
Alliance for Progress, 459
Allied Bancshares of Houston, 242
Amato, Giuliano, 414-16
"America first" attitude, 480
Antitrust laws, 174
Arbitrage, 313
Argentina, 225, 227, 229, 230, 236, 238
ARMs. SeeAdjustable-rate mortgages
Assembly line system, 98
Asset management, 158-59
Asset prices, 130
Austria, 75
Automated clearinghouses (ACHs), 213, 214
Automated teller machines (ATMs), 211-22, 276
Automatic transfer systems, 160
Automobile industry, 98, 110
Baker, James, 174, 315, 380
Baker Plan ( 1985), 235, 380-81, 383
Balance-of-payment deficits, 138, 350, 366, 375, 439, 460
BancOklahoma Corp, 241
Banc One Corp, 242
Bancor Plan ( 1944), 139, 386-91, 428-29, 433, 434, 435, 518n.2
BancTexas Group of Dallas, 242
BankAmerica. SeeBank of America
Bank deposits, 73-74
Bank for International Settlements (BIS), 230, 289
Bank holding companies (BHCs), 158, 501n.21
Bank Holding Company Acts ( 1956, 1970), 95, 276, 279
Banking Acts ( 1935, 1980), 84, 95, 197-99
Bank Insurance Fund, 257, 260
Bank Merger Acts ( 1960, 1966), 95, 510n.16
Bank notes, 72, 74
Bank of America (BankAmerica), 241, 270-71, 277, 279
Bank of Amsterdam, 358
Bank of Commerce and Credit International (BCCI), 289, 448
Bank of England, 347-48, 358, 359, 405, 415
Bank of France, 416
Bank of Italy, 413, 415-16
Bank of Japan, 382, 447
Bank of New York, 286
Bank of Oklahoma, 250

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