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A fizetési mérleg hiánya és a hiány fenntarthatósága az Egyesült Államokban
[Perspectives on the US current account deficit and sustainability]

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  • Mann, Catherina L.

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    Az Egyesült Államok fizetési mérlege nagy mértékű hiányt mutatott az utóbbi két évtizedben. Ez a folyamat jelentheti azt, hogy az ország a lehetőségein túl költ, de jelentheti azt is, hogy Amerika a „fellendülés oázisa”. Ez az esszé az amerikai fizetésimérleg- hiány fő okait elemzi, majd arra a kérdésre keresi a választ, hogy fenntarthatóe ez a deficit. Három dimenzióban mérlegel: 1. a nemzeti jövedelem- és a termékszámlákon alapuló hazai, 2. az áru- és szolgáltatásáramlásokon alapuló nemzetközi, valamint 3. a pénzügyi eszközök áramlásán és állományán alapuló nemzetközi síkon. Mindhárom megközelítés arra mutat rá, hogy ellentétben a világ sok országában mutatkozó fizetésimérleg-problémákkal, az amerikai helyzet több szempontból is megnyugtató az Egyesült Államok számára: a) az amerikai kötvények és részvények az egész világ kötvényeinek és részvényeinek hatalmas hányadát teszik ki, b) ezeket amerikai pénzben tartják számon, ami korlátozza a külföldi befektetők gyors kivonulási lehetőségét.* Journal of Economics Literature (JEL) kód: F21, F32, F34.

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    Volume (Year): L (2003)
    Issue (Month): 10 ()
    Pages: 891-910

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    1. Simonovits, András, 2013. "Szubjektív gondolatok a közgazdaságtanról
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      ," Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences), Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation), Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation), vol. 0(3), pages 352-358.

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