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Modern Perspectives on the Gold Standard, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. " unpublished manuscript, Rutgers University (February). Bordo, Michael D. and Anna J. ), Currency Convertibility: The Gold Standard and Beyond, New York: Routledge, pp. 11-83. Bordo, Michael D. and Anna J. ” NBER Working Paper 6824 (December). Bordo, Michael D. and Anna J. Schwartz, (1999). Under What Circumstances, Past and Present, Have International Rescues of Countries in Financial Distress Been Successful?

In that golden age, unprecedented mobility of goods, labor and capital contributed to rapid real growth. The growth of international trade reflected a reduction in tariff barriers in the third quarter of the nineteenth century and declining transportation costs throughout the century. Labor moved freely in waves of mass migration from the Old World to the New to take advantage of higher real wages. Capital, as discussed above, moved from the capital abundant regions of Western Europe to take advantage of the higher real returns in the resource rich lands 45 of New Settlement.

Zevin, Robert (1992). Are World Financial Markets More Open? If So, Why and With ★ What Effects? in Tariq Banuri and Juliet B. Schor, eds. Financial Openness and National Autonomy. Oxford: Clarendon Press. pp. 43-83. 01 Note: gcrisis is the annual growth rate of real GDP at the crisis year. g(N) is the average annual growth rate of real GDP N years before (-) or after (+) the crisis. Data Sources: Bordo and Schwartz (1996) data base, IFS CD-ROM (1999).

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