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Foreign trade and the U.S. economy

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

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Asia and the Midwest real economy

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

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The world's population conundrum

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Sep

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The Midwest economy in an interdependent world market

Chicago Fed Letter

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Fuel and food: the good, the bad, and the long-run

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jul

Journal Article
A record current account deficit: causes and implications

The U.S. current account deficit was at a record level in 1999 and is expected to increase further in 2000. How large can this deficit get? Will an eventual adjustment in the deficit place the U.S. economy at risk? This article examines three arguments often put forth to explain the increase in the deficit--a consumption boom, the U.S. as a safe haven for short-term foreign capital and technological change affecting the U.S. economy. The authors find the strongest evidence in support of technological change and suggest why, under these conditions, an economic adjustment to the deficit need ...
Economic Perspectives , Volume 25 , Issue Q IV , Pages 2-13

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Oil and competition in world markets

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Nov

Journal Article
Countertrade--counterproductive?

Economic Perspectives , Volume 13 , Issue Jan , Pages 17-24

Working Paper
An examination of change in energy dependence and efficiency in the six largest energy using countries - 1970-1988

Working Paper Series, Macroeconomic Issues , Paper 92-2

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Europe at the crossroads

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

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