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International commodity stockpiling as an economic stabilizer

Merrill Kelley Bennett

International commodity stockpiling as an economic stabilizer

by Merrill Kelley Bennett

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Published by Greenwood Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Raw materials.,
  • Commodity control.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    Statementby M. K. Bennett and associates.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF1051 .B4 1968
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 205 p.
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5678959M
    LC Control Number69010070

    The Effect of Commodity Prices on African Economic Growth Hangnile Nathalie Olga Tiawara [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Department of Economics at theRepository at St. Cloud State. It has been accepted for. measures capture non-commodity price influences and are affected by the composition of exports (Deaton and Miller, ). Moreover, international commodity prices have been shown to be better at capturing the exogenous component of terms-of-trade shocks for commodity exporters than standard measures (Chen and Rogoff, ).

    Again in , the President authorized copper from the national stockpile to be released “in the interest of common defense” (Office of Emergency Planning, ) because of a continuing worldwide shortage. Thus it can be said that the national stockpile materials served as a economic stabilizer during this period. • Economic significance of leading indicators was low, with minimal explanatory power. Source: Authors. B. Data Commodity prices We use daily price data for 12 commodity futures contracts that have available price data over the period from January to June We have included precious metals, base.

    “Dr. Kirchmayrs´ book, International Structured Trade & Commodity Finance “STCF”, is an entire state-of-the paintings introduction to STCF. By way of the use of a totally analytical technique, the author succeeds in providing in depth insights into every the fundamentals and the strategies of STCF. • Commodity trading firms utilize a variety of means to fund their transformation activities. Different commodity traders use different funding strategies involving different mixes of types of debt and debt maturities, and these funding strategies are aligned with the types.


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INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY STOCKPILING AS AN ECONOMIC STABILIZER. By M. Bennett and Associates. Stanford: Stanford Uni versity Press,p. $ Detailed critical studies of the proposal made by Benjamin Graham in for a Commodity-Reserve currency.

ECONOMIC CALCULATION IN THE SOCIALIST SOCIETY. By T. Hoff. London: Hodge, revenues of developing counties. Stabilizing Primary-Product Prices International Commodity Agreements (ICA) - agreements between leading producing and consuming nations of commodities about matters such as stabilizing prices, assuring adequate supplies to consumers, and promoting the economic development of producers.

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The stabilization of international commodity prices as a means of combating depressions has attracted the interest of many able •economists and has obtained the support of several well-known and highly respected ones. Keynes and the two Grahams are examples.

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Historically, these problems and their relevant Cited by: 1. Rather, it reflected a shift in the fundamentals that drive commodity cycles, such as global demand, excessive capital investment, and the economic interactions of commodity-producing countries.

This book focuses on some key issues associated with market dislocations that make commodities different from other asset classes. Guide to the Stanford University, Press, Archival Book Copies et. al, The Allocation of economic resources; essays in honor of Bernard Francis Haley Bennett, Merrill Kelley, International commodity stockpiling as an economic stabilizer, by M.

Bennett and associates. Some of the papers in this volume evaluate a variety of policy rules based on monetary aggregates, nominal income, commodity prices, and other economic variables.

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