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December 1986

Posted 1986-12-01

Coping with Bank Failures: Some Lessons from the United States and the United Kingdom

by R. Alton Gilbert and Geoffrey E. Wood

Posted 1986-12-01

Why Has Manufacturing Employment Declined?

by John A. Tatom

Posted 1986-12-01

How Open is the U.S. Economy?:

Preface

Posted 1986-12-01

Part 1: Integration of the U.S. Economy:

The United States as an Open Economy

by Richard N. Cooper

Posted 1986-12-01

Part 1: Integration of the U.S. Economy:

Commentary

by Peter B. Kenen

Posted 1986-12-01

Part 1: Integration of the U.S. Economy:

International Capital Mobility and Crowding-out in the U.S. Economy: Imperfect Integration of Financial Markets or of Goods Markets?

by Jeffrey A. Frankel

Posted 1986-12-01

Part 1: Integration of the U.S. Economy:

Commentary

by Frederic S. Mishkin

Posted 1986-12-01

Part II: Macroeconomic Effects of Increased Openness:

A VAR Analysis of Economic Interdependence: Canada, the United States, and the Rest of the World

by John Kuszczak

Posted 1986-12-01

Part II: Macroeconomic Effects of Increased Openness:

Commentary

by Georg Rich

Posted 1986-12-01

Part II: Macroeconomic Effects of Increased Openness:

Implications of the U.S. Net Capital Inflow

by Benjamin M. Friedman

Posted 1986-12-01

Part II: Macroeconomic Effects of Increased Openness:

Commentary

by John Huizinga

Posted 1986-12-01

Part III: Policy Responses to Increased Openness:

International Interdependence and the Constraints on Macroeconomic Policies

by Jacob A. Frenkel

Posted 1986-12-01

Part III: Policy Responses to Increased Openness:

Commentary

by William Poole

Posted 1986-12-01

Part III: Policy Responses to Increased Openness:

The Dollar Exchange Rate and International Monetary Cooperation

by Ronald I. McKinnon

Posted 1986-12-01

Part III: Policy Responses to Increased Openness:

Commentary

by Roger E. Brinner


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