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Making globalization work: remarks at the Central Bank of Brazil, São Paulo, Brazil
Remarks at the Central Bank of Brazil, So Paulo, Brazil.
Early U.S. Trade Deficits and Industrialization
Trade deficits during the country’s first phase of industrialization did not inhibit U.S. development and may have facilitated industrialization.
Shifts in U.S. Trade Balance and Industrialization
As the U.S. has industrialized, changes in comparative advantage relative to those of other nations have led to periods of persistent trade surpluses and deficits.
Trade and U.S. Gold Reserves during the Classical Gold Standard Era
During the period from around 1870 to the outbreak of World War I, changes in a nation’s gold reserves were closely linked to changes in its trade balances.
Trade and Gold Reserves after the Demise of the Classical Gold Standard
After the early 1920s, the relationship between gold reserves and trade flows was tenuous at best as the international payments system experienced heightened uncertainty and significant change.