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Working Paper
Simultaneous determination of the U.S. balance of payments and exchange rates: an exploratory report
AUTHORS: Howe, Howard; Clark, Peter K.; Berner, Richard; Kwack, Sung Y.; Stevens, Guy V. G.
DATE: 1975

Working Paper
Assessing international interdependence with a multi-country model
AUTHORS: Clark, Peter K.; Berner, Richard; Kwack, Sung Y.; Howe, Howard; Stevens, Guy V. G.; Hernandez-Cata, Ernesto
DATE: 1979

Working Paper
Price determination in the multi-country model
AUTHORS: Howe, Howard
DATE: 1976

Working Paper
A multi-country model of the international influences on the U.S. economy: preliminary results
AUTHORS: Kwack, Sung Y.; Berner, Richard; Clark, Peter K.; Howe, Howard; Hernandez-Cata, Ernesto; Stevens, Guy V. G.
DATE: 1977

Working Paper
The Canadian sector of the multi-country model
AUTHORS: Howe, Howard
DATE: 1982

Working Paper
Modeling the international influences on the U.S. economy: a multi- country approach
AUTHORS: Stevens, Guy V. G.; Kwack, Sung Y.; Berner, Richard; Howe, Howard; Clark, Peter K.
DATE: 1976

Working Paper
Monetary policy under alternative exchange-rate regimes: simulations with a multi-country model
AUTHORS: Howe, Howard; Clark, Peter K.; Kwack, Sung Y.; Hernandez-Cata, Ernesto; Berner, Richard; Stevens, Guy V. G.
DATE: 1979

Working Paper
Modeling bilateral exchange rates in a multi-country model
AUTHORS: Kwack, Sung Y.; Tryon, Ralph W.; Clark, Peter K.; Howe, Howard; Hernandez-Cata, Ernesto; Berner, Richard; Stevens, Guy V. G.; Hooper, Peter
DATE: 1980

Journal Article
New York state's merchandise export gap
New York's merchandise export performance has trailed the nation's for several years. The cause of this gap is not easy to identify: the state maintains a relatively healthy mix of customer markets, remains well represented in industries with strong foreign demand, and continues to enjoy declining labor costs. A broader look at New York's competitiveness, however, reveals that high nonlabor costs may be hurting the state's manufacturing sector and thus its volume of exports.
AUTHORS: Leary, Mark; Howe, Howard
DATE: 1996

Journal Article
Determinants of long-term interest rates: an empirical study of several industrial countries
Real interest rates on long-term financial assets play a central role in linking financial markets to the economy at large. Over the last fifteen years, these rates have risen steadily in the United States and some key foreign countries. The authors consider long-term forces contributing to this risethe rate of return to capital, risk factors, and changes in financial structurealong with macroeconomic policies leading to short- and medium-term fluctuations in the rates.
AUTHORS: Howe, Howard; Pigott, Charles
DATE: 1991

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