Trade, Aid, or What? A Report Based upon a Conference on International Economic Policy at the Merrill Center for Economics, Summer, 1953

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Index
Abbreviations, xv
Agriculture, 82, 208; imports, U. S., 90
Agricultural commodity aid, 191
Aid, and specific payments items, 32; definition, 25; for balancing payments, 25, 26; for development, 29; for various functions, 31; local currency requirements, 38; value to Europe of, 27
Aid Programs, United States, 25
Anglo-American loan, 31, 136
Arbitrage, 119
Assets, foreign, 23
Balance of payments, and convertibility, 130; and devaluation, 110; and foreign investment, 154, 173, 176, 178; and full employment, 207; and increased U.S. imports, 90; and multiple rate systems, 115; and productivity, 62; and reserves, 141; and terms of trade, 64; end of 1953, 34, 145; postwar problems, 4, 61
Balance-of-payments problem, nature of, 5
Balance, means of achieving, 23
Bank of England, 137
Bank for International Settlements, 138
Bargaining power, 46; use of tariffs, 95
Beckhart, Benjamin Haggott, xi Belgium, creditor position, 84
Bell Report, 89, 91, 93, 94
Bilateral agreements, and convertibility, 128; postwar, 18, 81
Birth control, 16
Birth rate, 159, 162; and social capital, 170
Black, Eugene, xi Black market, 114, 125
Blaisdell, Thomas C., Jr., xi Blocked balances, 114
Bretton Woods, 69, 122
Brown, William A., Jr., xi Business cycles, protection against, 43
Buy American, 97
Cairncross, Alexander K., x, xi, 183
Capacity to service foreign capital, 173
Capital accumulation, 166
Capital flow, and sterling area, 136; objectives, 19; record of, 182; see also Foreign investment Capital requirements, 167
Cartels, 211; and Schuman Plan, 85
Cheese, 97
Chudson, Walter, xi
Clark, Colin, 65, 161
Clearing machinery, see Settlements
Climate for investment, 194
Cole, Charles W., xi Collery, Arnold P., xi Colombo Plan, 188
Commercial policy, need for consistent policies in, 78; rules for, 74; U. S., 89
Commodity agreements, 100
Community projects, 172
Comparative advantage, 15
Conferees, xi
Consumption, and controls, 42; and savings, 168
Controls, 40; appropriateness, variations in, 52; general conclusions on, 49; imperfect operation, 51; international implications, 54; tendency to expand, 50; see

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