World Politics and International Economics

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Index
African Development Bank, 137
Agency for International Development, 147
Agor, Weston H., 243n, 252n
Agricultural products: export by U.S., 3, 10; export controls on, 149n
Aliber, Robert Z., 84n
Allison, Graham T., 298n
Almond, Gabriel A., 259n, 298n
Alnaswari, Abbas, 266n
Alton, Thad, 278n
Andean Pact and Common Market (ANCOM), 49, 107, 201; foreign investment rules, 202, 204-05, 207-08; multinational firms, 201-03, 269
Arab oil producers: assistance from, 234, 267, 270n, 271n; boycott, 51-52, 129; economic power of, 10, 35, 52; monetary reserves, 59, 263; political goals, 10, 246, 250. See also Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Arbatov, Georgi, 301
Argentina: rivalry with Brazil, 247, 254; weapons supply, 249
Aron, Raymond, 311n
Asher, Robert E., 137n, 157n, 161n
Asian Development Bank, 137, 160
Avery, William P., 202n
Bachrach, Peter, 5n
Baird, Mary, 159n
Balance of payments: adjustment burden, 88- 89, 261
Balance of power: as analytical tool, 21-22; by natural resources owners, 52-53; theory, 326
Balassa, Bela, 123n
Baldwin, Robert E., 100n, 119n
Ball, George W., 190n
Ball, R., 122n
Banerji, Ranadev, 260n
Banfield, Edward C., 144n
Baran, Paul, 44, 45n
Baratz, Morton, 5n
Barnet, Richard J., 170
Barraclough, Geoffrey, 342n
Bauer, Peter T., 146n
Bauer, Raymond A., 19n
Beaton, Leonard, 333n
"Beggar-thy-neighbor" policies, 23-24, 324
Behrman, Jack N., 176n, 192n, 193n
Bergson, Abram, 277, 278
Bergsten, C. Fred, 11n, 12n, 14n, 18n, 24n, 31n, 38n, 53n, 84n, 85n, 111n, 129n, 177n, 217n, 225n, 266n
Bhagwati, Jagdish N., 43n, 146n, 174n, 230n
Bienen, Henry, 134n
Bilateralism: in foreign aid, 136-37, 158, 162; tax agreements, 187; trade preferences by COMECON, 106-07, 285, 315-17, 318, 320
Binder, Leonard, 243n
Bird, Richard M., 235n
Blake, David H., 200n
Boffey, Philip, 46n
Boretsky, Michael, 46n, 279n
Boreschette, Albert, 193n
Brash, Donald T., 176n
Brazil, 258n; Africa and, 246, 250, 259; Chile and, 247; coffee agreement, 3, 110; direct foreign investments, 269; exports, 268; revaluation, 261n; rivalry with Argentina, 247, 254; sugar policy, 248; weapons, 249
Brecher, Irving, 183n
Brecher, Michael, 243n
Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944: amendments to, 92; British plan, 86; dominance by U.S., 13, 85, 87; inflation and, 34; liquidity problem, 86, 93; purpose of, 85-86, 137; reform of, 87, 88, 93, 95-97; weakness of, 86-87. See also International Monetary Fund; International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Brezhnev, Leonid, 300, 301, 303, 305-06, 309
CACM. See Central American Common Market
Caldwell, Alexander, 136n

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