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The Outflow of Short-term Funds from the United States: Adjustments of Stocks and Flows

In: International Mobility and Movement of Capital

  • Norman C. Miller
  • Marina v. N. Whitman
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  • Fritz Machlup & Walter S. Salant & Lorie Tarshis, 1972. "International Mobility and Movement of Capital," NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, number mach72-1, September.
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