The theory of international trade Vol. 2: The theory of international capital movements

By: Chipman, John S
Material type: TextTextSeries: Economists of the twentieth centuryPublisher: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Publishing 2009Description: xiv, 346 p.ISBN: 9781843763109Subject(s): International tradeDDC classification: 382 Summary: Volume 2 collects the authorDsmostinfluentialworkonthetheoryofinternationalmovementsofcapital(bothphysicalandfinancial).Themainemphasisistheeffectsofthesemovementsonresourceallocationwithincountries,andtheconsequentchangesinrelativepricesandthusbothrealandnominalexchangerates,aswellasthetermsoftrade.ItisarguedthatchronicdeficitsorsurplusesincountriesDbalancesofpaymentsoncurrentaccountsareinallbutafewcasestheconsequenceofcapitalmovementsresultingfromdemographic,governmentalbudgetary,andothercauses,asopposedtothepopularviewthattheyresultfromthemanipulationofexchangerates.(http://www.e-elgar.com)
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Volume 2 collects the authorDsmostinfluentialworkonthetheoryofinternationalmovementsofcapital(bothphysicalandfinancial).Themainemphasisistheeffectsofthesemovementsonresourceallocationwithincountries,andtheconsequentchangesinrelativepricesandthusbothrealandnominalexchangerates,aswellasthetermsoftrade.ItisarguedthatchronicdeficitsorsurplusesincountriesDbalancesofpaymentsoncurrentaccountsareinallbutafewcasestheconsequenceofcapitalmovementsresultingfromdemographic,governmentalbudgetary,andothercauses,asopposedtothepopularviewthattheyresultfromthemanipulationofexchangerates.(http://www.e-elgar.com)

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