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Collection Number: 04502

Collection Title: Edward M. Bernstein Papers 1927-1996

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Size 10.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1175 items)
Abstract Edward M. Bernstein, professor of economics at the University of North Carolina, 1935-1940; principal economist for the United States Treasury Department, 1940-1946; assistant to the secretary of the United States Treasury Department, 1946; research director of the International Monetary Fund, 1944-1958; president of EMB (Ltd.) Research Economists, 1958-1981; and guest scholar at the Brookings Institution beginning in 1982. The collection includes reports and other writings on topics in international economics, particularly international finance and monetary policy, by Edward M. Bernstein and EMB (Ltd.) Research Economists; materials concerning the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference in Bretton Woods, N.H., in 1944, materials about meetings of United States Treasury Department staff, and other materials relating to the establishment and research operations of the International Monetary Fund; some personal papers; and pictures, including pictures of the Bretton Woods conference.
Creator Bernstein, Edward M. (Edward Morris), 1904-
Curatorial Unit Southern Historical Collection
Language English.
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Received from Edward M. Bernstein in December 1987 and April 1996 (Acc. 96035), from Mrs. Edward M. Bernstein in March 1997 (Acc. 97042), from Alan Bernstein in September 1998 (Acc. 98201), from Daniel Bernstein in May 2000 (Acc. 98621) and February 2001 (Acc. 98857), from Ann Bernstein in January 2001 (Acc. 98876), and from George Bernstein in May 2001 (Acc. 98951).
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Edward M. Bernstein, born 16 December 1904 in Bayonne, N.J., had a long and distinguished career in economics. He received his Ph.B. from the University of Chicago in 1927 and Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1931. He taught economics at North Carolina State University from 1930 to 1935, and was on the faculty of the Department of Economics of the University of North Carolina from 1935 to 1940. From 1940 to 1946, he was principal economist for the United States Treasury Department, during which time he also served as assistant director of monetary research and, in 1946, as assistant to the secretary of the U.S. Treasury Department.

In 1944, Bernstein was chief technical advisor and executive secretary to the United States delegation to the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference in Bretton Woods, N.H., where he played a significant role in designing the structure of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Starting in 1946 and continuing into 1958, Bernstein, in his capacity as the IMF's research director, was a guiding force in the Fund's policy decisions.

In 1958, Bernstein left the IMF to form EMB (Ltd.) Research Economists, an international monetary research firm. He retired as president of EMB in 1981 and in 1982 took up the position of Guest Scholar at the Brookings Institution.

Bernstein died on 8 June 1996 in Washington, D.C.

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This collection contains reports and other writings on topics in international economics, particularly international finance, by Edward M. Bernstein and EMB (Ltd.) Research Economists; materials concerning the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference in Bretton Woods, N.H., in 1944, materials about meetings of U.S. Treasury Department staff, and other materials relating to the establishment and research operations of the International Monetary Fund; some personal papers; and pictures, including pictures of the Bretton Woods conference.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. EMB (Ltd.) Reports, 1958-1981.

About 600 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

About twenty-five short reports for each year, 1958-1981, on economic issues, especially issues of international monetary policy. Most reports are 5-10 typed pages. For nearly every year, there is a report on the economic situation in the United States and one on the economic situation in the United Kingdom. For several years, there are reports on the economies of Germany, Canada, Mexico, or Australia. Other recurring subjects include interest rates, inflation, economic growth, economic development, balance of payments, investment, energy, and the gold market.

Folder 1

EMB 58. Index to EMB Reports, 1958 Series

Folder 2

EMB 58/1. Prospects for International Payments and Reserves

Folder 3

EMB 58/2. Prospects for U.S. Foreign Trade and Investment in 1958

Folder 4

EMB 58/3. The Recession in the U.S.

Folder 5

EMB 58/4. Monetary Policy in the Recession

Folder 6

EMB 58/5. The Economic Situation in Western Europe

Folder 7

EMB 58/6. The Sequence of Recovery in the U.S.

Folder 8

EMB 58/7. Private Investment in the U.S., 1948-1957

Folder 9

EMB 58/8. U.S. Trade and the Recession

Folder 10

EMB 58/9. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 11

EMB 58/10. Fluctuations in Prices of Primary Products

Folder 12

EMB 58/11. Monetary Policy in the Recovery Period

Folder 13

EMB 58/12. The New Cycle: Recovery and Expansion

Folder 14a

EMB 58/13. International Monetary Reserves for an Expanding World Economy

Folder 14b

EMB 1958. Charts: Recovery and Expansion in the U.S. Economy, 10/14/58

Folder 15

EMB 58/14. The Revival of International Lending--and Plans for More

Folder 16

EMB 58/15. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 17

EMB 58/16. The Federal Deficit and Treasury Finance

Folder 18

EMB 59. Index to EMB Reports, 1959 Series

Folder 19

EMB 59/1. Prospects for the U.S. Economy in 1959

Folder 20

EMB 59/2. Economic Growth in Western Europe

Folder 21

EMB 59/3. Corporate Profits and Cost Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 22

EMB 59/4. U.S. Monetary Policy in 1959

Folder 23

EMB 59/5. International Position of the U.S. Dollar

Folder 24

EMB 59/6. U.S. Agricultural Policy, 1959

Folder 25

EMB 59/7. Three Surveys of U.S. Economic Prospects

Folder 26

EMB 59/8. The Reserve and Foreign Investment Position of the United States

Folder 27

EMB 59/9. Prospects for Prices in the U.S.

Folder 28

EMB 59/10. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 29

EMB 59/11. Corporate Earnings and Cash-Flow in the Post-War Period

Folder 30

EMB 59/12. The Employment Problem in the U.S.

Folder 31

EMB 59/13. The Government Bond Market in Recession and Recovery

Folder 32

EMB 59/14. Economic Expansion: Second Stage, 1959-1960

Folder 33

EMB 59/15. Latin America's Trade and Payments Problems

Folder 34

EMB 59/16. The Problem of U.S. Monetary Policy

Folder 35

EMB 59/17. Wage Policy and Monetary Stability

Folder 36

EMB 59/18. Business Inventories and Economic Expansion

Folder 37

EMB 59/19. Prospects for the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 38

EMB 59/20. Interest Rates, Economic Growth, and Cyclical Expansion

Folder 39

EMB 59/21. Interest Rate Prospects in the United Kingdom

Folder 40

EMB 59/22. U.S. Budget Prospects: Fiscal Years, 1960-1961

Folder 41

EMB 59/23. The Economic Effects of the Steel Strike

Folder 42

EMB 59/25. Monetary Reserves of the U.S.

Folder 43

EMB 59/26. Prospects for Growth of the U.S. Economy

Folder 44

EMB 59/27. The French Economy at the end of 1959

Folder 45

EMB 59/28. A Review of Economic Prospects in the U.S.

Folder 46

EMB 60. Index to EMB Reports, 1960 Series

Folder 47

EMB 60/1. International Effects of U.S. Economic Policy- Summary and Conclusions

Folder 48

EMB 60/2. U.S. Competitive Position in Exports of Manufactures

Folder 49

EMB 60/3. The U.S. Budget for Fiscal 1961

Folder 50

EMB 60/4. Credit Policy in the U.S.

Folder 51

EMB 60/5. The Revised Federal Reserve Index of Industrial Production

Folder 52

EMB 60/6. A Re-Examination of U.S. Economic Prospects

Folder 53

EMB 60/7. Progress on the Common Market

Folder 54

EMB 60/8. The United Kingdom Budget and Its Background

Folder 55

EMB 60/9. Export Prices of Primary Products

Folder 56

EMB 60/10. Money and Capital Markets in the U.S.

Folder 57

EMB 60/11. Basic Cause of the U.S. Gold Reserve

Folder 58

EMB 60/12. The U.S. and the International Monetary Fund

Folder 59

EMB 60/13. Factors Determining the Currency Drawn from the Fund

Folder 60

EMB 60/14. The Economics of a Revolution: Cuba, 1959-1960

Folder 61

EMB 60/15. U.S. Economic Prospects, 1960-1961

Folder 62

EMB 60/16. Recent Record of the U.S. Tariff Commission

Folder 63

EMB 60/17. The Lag in U.S. Industrial Production

Folder 64

EMB 60/18. International Relationship of Interest Rates

Folder 65

EMB 60/19. The Economic Situation in the Common Market Countries

Folder 66

EMB 60/20. Factors Affecting Economic Growth in the United Kingdom

Folder 67

EMB 60/21. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 68

EMB 60/22. The Long-Run Outlook for Copper

Folder 69

EMB 60/23. The New Administration and the Dollar Problem

Folder 70

EMB 60/24. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 71

EMB 60/25. The Adequacy of U.S. Gold Reserves

Folder 72

EMB 1960. Special Report: Iron Ore Exports and the Economic Development of Brazil,October 1960

Folder 73

EMB 1960. Special Report: Statement on Gold, the Balance of Payments and the Dollar, October 1960

Folder 74

EMB 1960. Table: Balance of Payments Deficits, 1951-1960, October 1960

Folder 75

EMB 1960. The U.S. and Foreign Investment

Folder 76

EMB 1961. Index to EMB Reports, 1961 Series

Folder 77

EMB 61/1. A Note on the Policies of the New Administration

Folder 78

EMB 61/2 . The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 79

EMB 61/3. Credit Policy of the New Administration

Folder 80

EMB 61/4. Monetary Policy in Continental Europe

Folder 81

EMB 61/5. Recent Developments in Japan's Economy and Trade

Folder 82

EMB 61/6. The Reserve Centers and the International Monetary Fund

Folder 83

EMB 61/7. The Pattern of Economic Recovery, 1961

Folder 84

EMB 61/8. The Outlook for the U.S. Budget

Folder 85

EMB 61/9. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 86

EMB 61/10. Balance of Payments and Level of Employment

Folder 87

EMB 61/11. The Problem of International Monetary Reserves

Folder 88

EMB 61/11. Addendum: Scarce Currencies and the Financing of Capital Movements

Folder 89

EMB 61. The Problem of International Monetary Reserves: Statement to Joint Economic Committee, 22 June 1961

Folder 90

EMB 61/12. The Outlook for the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 91

EMB 61/13. Recent Price Trends for Primary Products

Folder 92

EMB 61/14. Monetary Policy for Recovery

Folder 93

EMB 61/15. Cyclical Fluctuations in Corporate Profits

Folder 94

EMB 61/16. The Inter-American Conference at Punta del Este

Folder 95

EMB 61/17. The 1st Year of Cyclical Expansion, 1961-1962

Folder 96

EMB 61/18. The Employment Problem in the U.S.

Folder 97

EMB 61/19. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 98

EMB 61/20. Interest Rates and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 99

EMB 61/21. Wages and Prices in the U.S.

Folder 100

EMB 61/22. Supplementary Resources to Finance Capital Movements

Folder 101

EMB 61/23. The New Trade Program of the U.S.

Folder 102

EMB 61/24. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 103

EMB 1962. Index to EMB Reports, 1962 Series

Folder 104

EMB 62/1. U.S. Monetary Policy in 1962

Folder 105

EMB 62/2. The United Kingdom and the Common Market

Folder 106

EMB 62/3. Two Basic Problems of the U.S. Economy

Folder 107

EMB 62/4. The Demand for Housing in the U.S.

Folder 108

EMB 62/5. The Outlook for the U.S. Economy

Folder 109

EMB 62/6. The U.S. Balance of Payments Problem

Folder 110

EMB 62/7. Direct Investment and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 111

EMB 62/8. A New Cyclical Credit Policy

Folder 112

EMB 62/9. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 113

EMB 62/10. Some Problems Regarding Monetary Reserves

Folder 114

EMB 62/11. Pattern of Postwar Cycles in the U.S.

Folder 115

EMB 62/12. Recent Behavior of Prices of Basic Commodities

Folder 116

EMB 62/13. Defense Expenditures and the U.S. Economy

Folder 117

EMB 62/14. Income Tax Reduction and the U.S. Economy

Folder 118

EMB 62/15. The Nature and Causes of Deep Depression

Folder 119

EMB 62/16. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 120

EMB 62/17. Monetary Policy, Production and Prices

Folder 121

EMB 62/18. Monetary Policy, Exchange Rates, and the Balance of Payments

Folder 122

EMB 62/19. Proposals on International Monetary Reserves

Folder 123

EMB 62/20. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 124

EMB 62/21. The Last Stage of Economic Expansion in the U.S.

Folder 125

EMB 62/22. Long-Run Prospects for the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 126

EMB 62/23. Domestic and International Objectives of U.S. Monetary Policy

Folder 127

EMB 62/24. Expenditures of State and Local Governments in the U.S.

Folder 128

EMB 1963. Index to EMB Reports, 1963 Series

Folder 129

EMB 63/1. U.S. Foreign Assistance and the Balance of Payments

Folder 130

EMB 63/2. Outlook for the U.S. Economy in 1963

Folder 131

EMB 63/3. The Postwar Trend Cycle in the U.S.

Folder 132

EMB 63/4. New Problems on U.S. Credit Policy

Folder 133

EMB 63/5. Credit Policy and Investment

Folder 134

EMB 63/6. The Financing of Expansion by U.S. Corporations

Folder 135

EMB 63/7. The U.S. Balance of Payments in 1962

Folder 136

EMB 63/8. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 137

EMB 63/9. The Balance of Payments of the Common Market Countries

Folder 138

EMB 63/10. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 139

EMB 63/11. Cyclical Recovery in the Prices of Primary Products

Folder 140

EMB 63/12. The Linking of Gold and Foreign Exchange as Monetary Reserves

Folder 141

EMB 63/13. The Outlook for Private Construction

Folder 142

EMB 63/14. Consumer Credit and Personal Consumption Expenditures

Folder 143

EMB 63/15. The International Monetary Fund and Compensatory Financing of Export Fluctuations

Folder 144

EMB 63/16. Federal Reserve Policy, the Money Supply, and Time Deposits

Folder 145

EMB 63/17. The Brookings Report on the Balance of Payments

Folder 146

EMB 63/18. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 147

EMB 63/19. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 148

EMB 63/20. Reserve Problems and the InternationalMonetary Fund

Folder 149

EMB 63/21. Reserve Problems and the Large Industrial Countries

Folder 150

EMB 63/22. Euro-Dollars, the U.S. Balance and U.S. Liquidity

Folder 151

EMB 63/23. Australian Economic Prospects

Folder 152

EMB 63/24. Understanding the U.S. Payments Problem

Folder 153

EMB 63/25. The Outlook for the U.S. Economy in 1964

Folder 154

EMB 1964. Index of EMB Reports, 1964 Series

Folder 155

EMB 64/1. The Outlook for Credit Policy in the U.S.

Folder 156

EMB 64/2. Banking and Credit Situation in Germany

Folder 157

EMB 64/3. The U.S. Budget for the Fiscal Year 1965

Folder 158

EMB 64/4. Capital Markets in the European Economic Community

Folder 159

EMB 64/5. Currency Reserves and the Composite Gold Standard

Folder 160

EMB 64/6. The High Phase of a New Trend Cycle

Folder 161

EMB 64/7. Labor Output, Wages and Prices in Manufacturing

Folder 162

EMB 64/8. Reserve Problems and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 163

EMB 64/9. Present Status of U.S. Credit Policy

Folder 164

EMB 64/10. Trends and Cycles in Prices of Basic Commodities

Folder 165

EMB 64/11. The Mexican Economy: Achievements and Prospects

Folder 166

EMB 64/12. The Outlook for the U.S. Economy

Folder 167

EMB 64/13. Imports and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 168

EMB 64/14. Recent Developments in the Euro-dollar Market

Folder 169

EMB 64/15. Two Reports on International Liquidity

Folder 170

EMB 64/16. Money Supply as the Objective of Monetary Policy

Folder 171

EMB 64/17. The Behavior of U.S. Exports

Folder 172

EMB 64/18. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 173

EMB 64/19. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 174

EMB 64/20. Changes in the International Monetary System

Folder 175

EMB 64/21. The Outlook for Credit Policy and Interest Rates

Folder 176

EMB 64/21. Supplement: The Impact of London Bank Rates on the U.S.

Folder 177

EMB 64/22. Recent Behavior of Commodity Prices in the U.S.

Folder 178

EMB 64/23. The Guidepost for Wages in the U.S.

Folder 179

EMB 64/24. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 180

EMB 1965. Index to EMB Reports, 1965 Series

Folder 181

EMB 65/1. The Sterling Crisis and the United Kingdom Payments Problem

Folder 182

EMB 65/2. The Fiscal Outlook for the U.S.

Folder 183

EMB 65/3. The Outlook for Credit Policy in the U.S.

Folder 184

EMB 65/4. Gold and the International Monetary System

Folder 185

EMB 65/5. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 186

EMB 65/6. The Underdeveloped Countries and Monetary Reserves

Folder 187

EMB 65/7. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 188

EMB 65/8. The U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 189

EMB 65/8. Supplement: Two Statements on the Balance of Payments Statistics of the U.S.

Folder 190

EMB 65/9. The Latin American Free Trade Association

Folder 191

EMB 65/10. New Considerations on U.S. Credit Policy

Folder 192

EMB 65/11. The U.S. Balance of Payments and International Liquidity

Folder 193

EMB 65/12. The Outlook for the U.S. Economy

Folder 194

EMB 65/13. Private Capital Movements and Economic Development

Folder 195

EMB 65/14. Price Trends for the Base Non-Ferrous Metals

Folder 196

EMB 65/15. Effects of the U.S. Program for Restraining Capital Outflow

Folder 197

EMB 65/16. The U.S. Balance of Payments: New Statistical Dimensions

Folder 198

EMB 65/17. Mr. Roosa's Plan for International Monetary Reform

Folder 199

EMB 65/18. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 200

EMB 65/19. The Appropriate Role of Gold in the International Monetary Systems

Folder 201

EMB 65/20. Recent Behavior of World Prices of Agricultural Products

Folder 202

EMB 65/21. U.S. Corporate Business and the World Economy

Folder 203

EMB 65/22. The Problem of Credit Policy in the U.S.

Folder 204

EMB 65/23. Australian Economic Developments

Folder 205

EMB 65/24. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 206

EMB 1966. Index to EMB Reports, 1966 Series

Folder 207

EMB 66/1. The UNCTAD Report on International Monetary Reform

Folder 208

EMB 66/2. Economic Expansion and the Inflation Problem in the U.S.

Folder 209

EMB 66/3. The Balance of Payments Position of France

Folder 210

EMB 66/4. The U.S. Budget for Fiscal 1967

Folder 211

EMB 66/5. Credit Policy in an Inflationary Environment

Folder 212

EMB 66/6. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 213

EMB 66/7. The Balance of Payments of the U.S. in 1965

Folder 214

EMB 66/9. Prices, Wages and Guideposts in the U.S.

Folder 215

EMB 66/11. A Survey of International Monetary Cooperation

Folder 216

EMB 66/12. Excess Demand, Prices, and the Balance of Payments

Folder 217

EMB 66/14. Limitations of Credit Policy in an Inflationary Environment

Folder 218

EMB 66/16. Corporate Profits in the Postwar Economy

Folder 219

EMB 66/17. The Inflation Problem in the U.S.

Folder 220

EMB 66/18. The Bases for International Monetary Stability

Folder 221

EMB 66/19. The Outlook for Interest Rates and the Flow of Funds

Folder 222

EMB 66/20. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 223

EMB 66/21. The Long-Run Payments Position of the U.S.

Folder 224

EMB 66/22. The Balance of Payments: Problems and Policies

Folder 225

EMB 66/22. Supplement: The Balance of Payments: Problems and Policies Revised Answer to Question 5

Folder 226

EMB 66/23. The War in Vietnam and the U.S. Economy

Folder 227

EMB 66/24. Economic Policy for Stability and Growth

Folder 228

EMB 1967. Index to EMB Reports, 1967 Series

Folder 229

EMB 67/1. Gold and International Monetary Reform

Folder 230

EMB 67/2. The Outlook for Private Construction

Folder 231

EMB 67/4. A New Direction For U.S. Credit Policy

Folder 232

EMB 67/5. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 233

EMB 67/6. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 234

EMB 67/7. U.S. Balance of Payments: Problems and Prospects

Folder 235

EMB 67/8. The Inventory Problem and the Economic Outlook

Folder 236

EMB 67/9. Credit Policy and Interest Rates

Folder 237

EMB 67/11. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 238

EMB 67/12. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 239

EMB 67/13. The Non-Monetary Absorption of Gold

Folder 240

EMB 67/14. Gold, Reserves, and the International Monetary System

Folder 241

EMB 67/15. The Behavior of Long-Term Interest Rates

Folder 242

EMB 67/16. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 243

EMB 67/17. The Contingency Plan for a New Reserve Facility

Folder 244

EMB 67/18. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 245

EMB 67/19. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 246

EMB 67/20. Causes of the Rise in Prices in the U.S., 1964-1967

Folder 247

EMB 67/21. The International Relationship of Interest Rates

Folder 248

EMB 67/22. The Effects of the Devaluation of Sterling

Folder 249

EMB 67/23. The Economic Situation in France

Folder 250

EMB 67/24. Economic Growth in Europe and the U.S.

Folder 251

EMB 1968. Index to EMB Reports, 1968 Series

Folder 252

EMB 68/1. The New Action Program on the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 253

EMB 68/2. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 254

EMB 68/3. The Federal Budget and the U.S. Economy

Folder 255

EMB 68/4. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 256

EMB 68/5. Gold and the International Monetary System

Folder 257

EMB 68/6. Ten Years of Growth and Change in the U.S. Economy

Folder 258

EMB 68/7. The Gold Crisis and the New Gold Standard

Folder 259

EMB 68/8. Recent Developments in the Mexican Economy

Folder 260

EMB 68/9. Statement of EMB to House Committee on Banking and Currency

Folder 261

EMB 68/10. The U.S. Economy and the Inflation Problem

Folder 262

EMB 68/11. The Balance of Payments of the U.S. and the United Kingdom

Folder 263

EMB 68/12. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 264

EMB 68/13. The Relation of Fiscal Policy to Credit Policy in the U.S.

Folder 265

EMB 68/14. The U.S. Economic Outlook after the Tax Surcharge

Folder 266

EMB 68/15. European Views on International Monetary Problems

Folder 267

EMB 68/16. Some Aspects of the Two-Tier Gold Market

Folder 268

EMB 68/17. Prices of Basic Commodities During the U.S. Inflation

Folder 269

EMB 68/18. International Monetary Reserves and the Composite Gold Standard

Folder 270

EMB 68/19. Residential Construction: Problems and Prospects

Folder 271

EMB 68/20. The International Relationship of Interest Rates

Folder 272

EMB 68/21. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 273

EMB 68/22. Economic Policy in the Nixon Administration

Folder 274

EMB 68/23. The Foreign Exchange Crisis in Europe

Folder 275

EMB 68/24. Flexible Exchange Rates and Balance of Payments Adjustments

Folder 276

EMB 68/25. The Inflation Problem in the U.S.

Folder 277

EMB 1969. Index to EMB Reports, 1969 Series

Folder 278

EMB 69/1. The Restoration of Economic and Monetary Stability

Folder 279

EMB 69/2. The New Budget and the Nixon Administration

Folder 280

EMB 69/3. German Economic Recovery and the Position of the Deutsche Mark

Folder 281

EMB 69/4. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 282

EMB 69/5. Credit Policy in a Period of Inflation

Folder 283

EMB 69/6. The Future of International Reserve Assets

Folder 284

EMB 69/7. The Euro-dollar Market and National Credit Policy

Folder 285

EMB 69/8. The U.S. Balance of Payments: Problems and Prospects

Folder 286

EMB 69/9. Economic Problems and Prospects in France

Folder 287

EMB 69/10. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 288

EMB 69/11. The International Monetary Fund: 25 Years after Bretton Woods

Folder 289

EMB 69/12. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 290

EMB 69/13. Views of European Central Banks on International Monetary Problems

Folder 291

EMB 69/14. Can Credit Policy be Effective in Halting Inflation

Folder 292

EMB 69/15. Anti-Inflation Policy and the U.S. Economic Situation

Folder 293

EMB 69/16. Interest Rates and Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 294

EMB 69/17. The Effect of Inflation on U.S. Imports

Folder 295

EMB 69/18. Recent Behavior of Prices of Basic Commodities

Folder 296

EMB 69/19. The Bretton Woods Principles of Balance of Payments Adjustment

Folder 297

EMB 69/20. How the Reserve Settlement Account Would Operate

Folder 298

EMB 69/21. The Restoration of Monetary Stability after Inflation

Folder 299

EMB 69/21. A Statement on Gold Policy and the International Monetary System

Folder 300

EMB 69/22. The Cyclical Behavior of the British Economy

Folder 301

EMB 69/23. International Monetary Problems and the World Economy

Folder 302

EMB 69/24. Wage and Price Policy for Monetary Stability

Folder 303

EMB 69/25. The Outlook for World Trade

Folder 304

EMB 1970. Index to EMB Reports, 1970 Series

Folder 305

EMB 70/1. The International Monetary Fund as a Monetary Authority

Folder 306

EMB 70/2. The Protracted Boom in Fixed Business Investment

Folder 307

EMB 70/3. The Economic Report, the Budget, and Monetary Policy

Folder 308

EMB 70/4. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 309

EMB 70/5. The Recent Change in U.S. Monetary Policy

Folder 310

EMB 70/6. Canadian Economic Prospects

Folder 311

EMB 70/7. The Economic Outlook and the Inflation Problem

Folder 312

EMB 70/8. The Eurodollar Market and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 313

EMB 70/9. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 317

EMB 70/13. The Economy of Germany: Before and After Revaluation

Folder 318

EMB 70/14. The Liquidity Problem in a Period of Inflation

Folder 319

EMB 70/15. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 320

EMB 70/16. Prices of Basic Commodities in a Period of Inflation

Folder 321

EMB 70/17. Inflation, Stabilization, and Interest Rates

Folder 322

EMB 70/18. The External Effects of the Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 323

EMB 70/19 The Economic Situation in Canada

Folder 324

EMB 70/20. The U.S. Balance of Payments and the International Monetary System

Folder 325

EMB 70/21. The Mexican Economy at the Beginning of a New Administration

Folder 326

EMB 70/22. U.S. Economic Policy, Recovery and the Cost of Inflation

Folder 327

EMB 70/23. The Economic Position of the United Kingdom

Folder 328

EMB 70/24. Changes in the Assets and Liabilities of the United Kingdom Public Sector, 1958-69

Folder 329

EMB 70/25. An Incomes Policy for the Transition to Monetary Stability

Folder 330

EMB 1971. Index to EMB Reports, 1971 Series

Folder 331

EMB 71/1. The Economic Situation in France

Folder 332

EMB 71/2. Monetary Policy in a Prolonged Cost Inflation

Folder 333

EMB 71/3. The Economic Report of the President for 1971

Folder 334

EMB 71/4. Budget of the Fed. Gov't for Fiscal 1972

Folder 335

EMB 71/5. New Techniques of Monetary Policy in Europe and Japan

Folder 336

EMB 71/6. A Reserve Settlement Account for the International Monetary System

Folder 337

EMB 71/7. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 338

EMB 71/8. Monetary Policy in a Recession with Cost Inflation

Folder 339

EMB 71/9. The Outlook for the Canadian Economy

Folder 340

EMB 71/10. The Dollar Is the Problem of the International Monetary System

Folder 341

EMB 71/11. Economic Policy to Accelerate Recovery in the U.S.

Folder 342

EMB 71/12. Views of European Central Banks on Monetary Problems

Folder 343

EMB 71/13. Revised Presentation of the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 344

EMB 71/14. The Balance of Payments and the U.S. Economy

Folder 345

EMB 71/15. Monetary and Economic Developments in Germany

Folder 346

EMB 71/16. The New Economic Policy of the U.S.

Folder 347

EMB 71/17. Restoring International Monetary Stability

Folder 348

EMB 71/18. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 349

EMB 71/19. Gold and the Reform of the International Monetary System

Folder 350

EMB 71/20. The Economic Dilemma of Canada

Folder 351

EMB 71/21. The Dollar and the Reform of the International Monetary System

Folder 352

EMB 71/22. Economic Problems and Prospects in the U.S.

Folder 353

EMB 71/23. Exchange Rate Policy under a Regime of Fluctuating Rates

Folder 354

EMB 71/24. Convertibility of the Dollar and Reform of the Monetary System

Folder 355

EMB 1972. Index to EMB Reports, 1972 Series

Folder 356

EMB 72/1. British Banking Reform and Monetary Policy

Folder 357

EMB 72/2. The Rise and Fall of Interest Rates

Folder 358

EMB 72/3. The Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1973

Folder 359

EMB 72/4. The U.S. Economic Report for 1972

Folder 360

EMB 72/5. A Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the U.S.

Folder 361

EMB 72/5. The Economic Situation in France

Folder 362

EMB 72/6. The Future of the U.S. Balance of Trade

Folder 363

EMB 72/7. The Economic Outlook in Germany in 1972

Folder 364

EMB 72/8. The U.S. Economy Under the New Economic Program

Folder 365

EMB 72/9. The Depreciation of the Dollar and Private Flows

Folder 366

EMB 72/10. Arthur F. Burns on International Monetary Reform

Folder 367

EMB 72/11. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 368

EMB 72/12. The Canadian Economy and the Balance of Payments

Folder 369

EMB 72/13. A Review of the Annual Reports of European Central Banks

Folder 370

EMB 72/14. Monetary Policy in the U.S.

Folder 371

EMB 72/15. Prices, Costs, and Profits in the Inflation

Folder 372

EMB 72/16. U.S. Trade and the Depreciation of the Dollar

Folder 373

EMB 72/17. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 374

EMB 72/18. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States

Folder 375

EMB 72/19. The Economic Situation in Australia

Folder 376

EMB 72/20. The Fund Report on the Reform of the International Monetary System

Folder 377

EMB 72/21. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 378

EMB 72/22. The U.S. Treasury Program for Monetary Reform

Folder 379

EMB 72/23. Exchange Rates and Payments Since the Smithsonian Agreement

Folder 380

EMB 72/24. The Economic Recovery in Canada, 1972

Folder 381

EMB 72/25. New Problems for U.S. Monetary Policy

Folder 382

EMB 72/26. Price and Wage Controls in the U.S., Phase II

Folder 383

EMB 1973. Index to EMB Reports, 1973 Series

Folder 384

EMB 73/1. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 385

EMB 73/2. Inflation, the Balance of Payments, and Fixed Parities

Folder 386

EMB 73/3. Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1974

Folder 387

EMB 73/4. Observations on the Economic Report of the President

Folder 388

EMB 73/5. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Subcommittee on International Finance of the Committee on Banking and Currency

Folder 389

EMB 73/6. The Economic Situation in France

Folder 390

EMB 73/7. Monetary Policy and the Expansion of Bank Loans

Folder 391

EMB 73/8. The Canadian Economy in 1973

Folder 392

EMB 73/9. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 393

EMB 73/10. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, U.S. Senate

Folder 394

EMB 73/11. Gold in a Reformed International Monetary System

Folder 395

EMB 73/12. Recent Developments in U.S. Monetary Policy

Folder 396

EMB 73/13. A Review of the Annual Reports of the European Central Banks

Folder 397

EMB 73/14. Speculation, Short-term Capital Flows, and Exchange Rate Policy

Folder 398

EMB 73/15. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 399

EMB 73/16. Economic Problems and Policies in the U.S.

Folder 400

EMB 73/17. The Inflation Problem in the U.S.

Folder 401

EMB 73/18. The Role of Monetary Policy in a Cost Inflation

Folder 402

EMB 73/19. Exchange Rate Policy in Switzerland

Folder 403

EMB 73/20. Multinational Corporations and the Exchange Crisis

Folder 404

EMB 73/21. The Dollar in a Reformed International Monetary System

Folder 405

EMB 73/22. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 406

EMB 73/23. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 407

EMB 73/24. The Depreciation of the Dollar and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 408

EMB 73/25. Canada's Regional Economics and the Oil Crisis

Folder 409

EMB 73/26. The Oil Crisis and the U.S. Economy

Folder 410

EMB 1974. Index to EMB Reports, 1974 Series

Folder 411

EMB 74/1. New Roles on Capital Controls in the U.S.

Folder 412

EMB 74/2. The Economic Crisis in the United Kingdom

Folder 413

EMB 74/3. The Economic Consequences of the High Cost of Imported Oil

Folder 414

EMB 74/4. The Economic Report of the President, 1974

Folder 415

EMB 74/5. Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1975

Folder 416

EMB 74/6. The Economic Situation in Australia

Folder 417

EMB 74/7. U.S. Monetary Policy and the Oil and Energy Problem

Folder 418

EMB 74/8. The Free Gold Market and the Monetary Role of Gold

Folder 419

EMB 74/9. Indexing Money Payments in a Large and Prolonged Inflation

Folder 420

EMB 74/10. The Economic Problems of the U.S.

Folder 421

EMB 74/11. The Experience with Fluctuating Exchange Rates, 1973-74

Folder 422

EMB 74/12. Annual Reports of Some European Central Banks

Folder 423

EMB 74/13. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 424

EMB 74/14. Economic Development in Mexico

Folder 425

EMB 74/15. The Economic Outlook in Canada

Folder 426

EMB 74/16. The Distribution of Output and Income in the U.S. Inflation

Folder 427

EMB 74/17. Basic Commodity Prices and Inflation

Folder 428

EMB 74/18. What is the Danger of a Deep and Prolonged Depression

Folder 429

EMB 74/19. Monetary Policy and Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 430

EMB 74/20. The Oil Payments Problem Considered Once More

Folder 431

EMB 74/21. Economic Problems and Policies in the U.S.

Folder 432

EMB 74/22. International Economic and Monetary Problems of the Next Few Years

Folder 433

EMB 74/23. Canada Budgets for Expansion

Folder 434

EMB 74/24. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 435

EMB 74/25. What is Different About this Inflation

Folder 436

EMB 1975. Index to EMB Reports, 1975 Series

Folder 437

EMB 75/1. U.S. Participation in the Free Gold Market

Folder 438

EMB 75/2. The Administration Program on Recession, Inflation, and Energy

Folder 439

EMB 75/3. Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1976

Folder 440

EMB 75/4. The Economic Report of the President, 1975

Folder 441

EMB 75/5. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the U.S.

Folder 442

EMB 75/6. The Longer-Run Projections for the U.S. Economy

Folder 443

EMB 75/7. Two Years of Fluctuating Exchange Rates

Folder 444

EMB 75/8. Prices of Basic Commodities and the U.S. Inflation

Folder 445

EMB 75/9. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 446

EMB 75/10. Monetary Policy in the Current Recession

Folder 447

EMB 75/11. Annual Reports of Continental European Central Banks

Folder 448

EMB 75/12. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 449

EMB 75/13. Inflation and Unemployment in Canada

Folder 450

EMB 75/14. Is There an Impending Shortage of Capital

Folder 451

EMB 75/15. Some Economic Aspects of the Floating Dollar

Folder 452

EMB 75/16. Effect of the New Rise of Food and Oil Prices on the U.S. Economy

Folder 453

EMB 75/17. The International Monetary Fund, The Monetary Role of Gold, and the Free Gold Market

Folder 454

EMB 75/18. Monetary Policy, Interest Rates, and Economic Recovery

Folder 455

EMB 75/19. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 456

EMB 75/20. The Role of Productivity in the Accelerated Inflation

Folder 457

EMB 75/21. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 458

EMB 75/22. Special Drawing Rights in the International Monetary System

Folder 459

EMB 75/23. The Next Phase of the Cyclical Expansion in the U.S.

Folder 460

EMB 75/24. The International Payments Position of the U.S., 1972-1975

Folder 461

EMB 1976. Index to EMB Reports, 1976 Series

Folder 462

EMB 76/1. Revision of Output, Income, and Profits in the National Accounts

Folder 463

EMB 76/2. The Rise and Fall of Basic Commodity Prices, 1973-1975

Folder 464

EMB 76/3. Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1977

Folder 465

EMB 76/4. The U.S. Economy as Viewed in the Economic Report, 1976

Folder 466

EMB 76/5. The Reformed International Monetary System

Folder 467

EMB 76/6. The Monetary Stock of Gold and the Free Market

Folder 468

EMB 76/7. The Economics of Fluctuating Exchange Rates

Folder 469

EMB 76/8. The Economic Situation in Canada

Folder 470

EMB 76/9. Advisory Committee on the Presentation of Balance of Payments Statistics

Folder 471

EMB 76/10. The Prospects for the British Economy

Folder 472

EMB 76/11. The Economic Outlook After One Year of Expansion

Folder 473

EMB 76/12. The International Monetary Fund Auctions and the Free Market for Gold

Folder 474

EMB 76/13. U.S. Balance of Payments, 1975-1976, in New Form

Folder 475

EMB 76/14. Monetary Policy in Recovery and Expansion

Folder 476

EMB 76/15. Some Problems on the Prices of Basic Commodities

Folder 477

EMB 76/16. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 478

EMB 76/17. The Economic Situation in Canada, Mid-1976

Folder 479

EMB 76/18. Growth of Output and Productivity: The Past and Future

Folder 480

EMB 76/19. The Employment Problem in the U.S.

Folder 481

EMB 76/20. The Outlook for the British Economy to 1980

Folder 482

EMB 76/21. The Mexican Economy and the Devaluation of the Peso

Folder 483

EMB 76/22. The Monetary Authorities and the Free Exchange Market

Folder 484

EMB 76/23. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 485

EMB 76/24. Indebtedness of Non-Oil Countries to Money-Center Banks

Folder 486

EMB 76/25. U.S. International Transactions, 3rd Quarter 1976

Folder 487

EMB 1977. Index to EMB Reports, 1977 Series

Folder 488

EMB 77/1. The Economic Report of the President, 1977

Folder 489

EMB 77/2. The Budget of the U.S. Government for the Fiscal Year 1978

Folder 490

EMB 77/3. Monetary Policy and Interest Rates

Folder 491

EMB 77/4. Proposals for a Convertible or Transferable Eastern European Currency

Folder 492

EMB 77/5. The Economic Situation in France, 1976-1977

Folder 493

EMB 77/6. International Transactions of the U.S., 1976

Folder 494

EMB 77/7. Canada's Economic Prospects in 1977

Folder 495

EMB 77/8. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 496

EMB 77/9. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 497

EMB 77/10. The Diffusion of Economic Power

Folder 498

EMB 77/11. The Price and Output Effects of the National Energy Plan

Folder 499

EMB 77/12. Effects of Recent Structural Changes in the Gold Market

Folder 500

EMB 77/13. The U.S. Trade Deficit and the Floating Dollar

Folder 501

EMB 77/14. The Lag in Fixed Business Investments in the U.S.

Folder 502

EMB 77/15. Prices of Basic Commodities in the Recovery and Expansion

Folder 503

EMB 77/16 . Balance of Payments Adjustment with Floating Exchange Rates

Folder 504

EMB 77/17. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 505

EMB 77/18. Economic Policy under the New Mexican Administration

Folder 506

EMB 77/19. The Hesitant Economic Expansion in Canada

Folder 507

EMB 77/20. Corporate Profits in the Recession and Expansion

Folder 508

EMB 77/21. The Dollar in the New International Monetary System

Folder 509

EMB 77/22. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Subcommittee on Trade, Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, 11/3/77

Folder 510

EMB 77/23. Monetary Policy and the Demand for Money and Credit

Folder 511

EMB 77/24. The International Investment Position of the U.S.

Folder 512

EMB 77/25. Outlook for Prices and Costs in the U.S.

Folder 513

EMB 77/26. The International Monetary System Needs Guidance

Folder 514

EMB 1978. Index to EMB Reports, 1978 Series

Folder 515

EMB 78/1. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 516

EMB 78/2. Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Yr. 1979

Folder 517

EMB 78/3. The Economic Report of the President, 1978

Folder 518

EMB 78/4. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 519

EMB 78/5. Recent Monetary Developments in the U.S.

Folder 520

EMB 78/6. Economic Recovery in Mexico

Folder 521

EMB 78/7. The Deterioration in the U.S. Payments Position

Folder 522

EMB 78/8. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 523

EMB 78/9. The Economic Situation in Canada

Folder 524

EMB 78/10. The Trade Deficit, Capital Movements, and the Floating Dollar

Folder 525

EMB 78/11. Inflation, the Budget Deficit, and Policy

Folder 526

EMB 78/12. The Trend Cycle in Output and Productivity in the U.S.

Folder 527

EMB 78/13. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Joint Economic Committee

Folder 528

EMB 78/14. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 529

EMB 78/15. The Gold Market in a Period of Monetary Disorder

Folder 530

EMB 78/16. Revised Economic Forecasts for 1978 and 1979

Folder 531

EMB 78/17. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Folder 532

EMB 78/18. U.S. Trade Policy and the Floating Dollar

Folder 533

EMB 78/19. Acceleration of the Cost Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 534

EMB 78/20. The Canadian Economy in 1978

Folder 535

EMB 78/21. Reversing the Leads and Lags in U.S. Trade and Payments

Folder 536

EMB 78/22. President Carter's New Anti-Inflation Program

Folder 537

EMB 78/23. The Program to Support and Strengthen the Dollar

Folder 538

EMB 78/24. Credit Market Influence on Housing in the U.S.

Folder 539

EMB 78/25. The Balance of Payments, Exchange Markets, and Interest Rates

Folder 540

EMB 78/26. The Balance of Payments and the Exchange Rate for the Dollar

Folder 541

EMB 1979. Index to EMB Reports, 1979 Series

Folder 542

EMB 79/1. Structural Problems and Economic Policy

Folder 543

EMB 79/2. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 544

EMB 79/3. Statement of Edward M. Bernstein to the Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress

Folder 545

EMB 79/4. The Budget for Fiscal 1980 and the Economic Report of the President

Folder 546

EMB 79/5. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 547

EMB 79/6. Inflation Problems and Policies in the U.S.

Folder 548

EMB 79/7. The U.S. Payments Situation and the Dollar Exchange Rate

Folder 549

EMB 79/8. The U.S. Dilemma on Economic Policy

Folder 550

EMB 79/9. Dollar Exchange Rates and U.S. Economic Policies

Folder 551

EMB 79/10. The Future of the International Monetary System

Folder 552

EMB 79/11. U.S. Monetary Policy and Interest Rates

Folder 553

EMB 79/12. The Price of Gold and the Behavior of Exchange Rates

Folder 554

EMB 79/13. The Economic Situation in Canada

Folder 555

EMB 79/14. The U.S. Balance of Payments and Dollar Exchange Rates

Folder 556

EMB 79/15. The Economic Policy in the United Kingdom

Folder 557

EMB 79/16 . The Change in the Cyclical Situation in the U.S.

Folder 558

EMB 79/17. The Eurocurrency Market and International Monetary Problems

Folder 559

EMB 79/18. Recent Financial Developments in Japan

Folder 560

EMB 79/19. Monetary Policy in the Recession

Folder 561

EMB 79/20. The Balance of Payments and the Problem of the Dollar

Folder 562

EMB 79/21. Monetary Policy, Interest Rates, and Inflation

Folder 563

EMB 79/22. Monetary Policy and the Foreign Exchange Value of the Dollar

Folder 564

EMB 79/23. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 565

EMB 79/24. The New Approach to U.S. Monetary Management

Folder 566

EMB 79/25. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 567

EMB 80/1. The Balance of Payments and the Foreign Exchange Value of the Dollar

Folder 568

EMB 80/2. Economic Aspects of the High Price of Gold

Folder 569

EMB 80/3. U.S. Economic Problems and Policies

Folder 570

EMB 80/5. The Productivity Problem in the U.S.

Folder 571

EMB 80/6. The Balance of Payments and the Recovery of the Dollar

Folder 572

EMB 80/7. The Economic Situation in Canada

Folder 573

EMB 80/8. The New Anti-Inflation Program in the U.S.

Folder 574

EMB 80/9. National Policies and the International Monetary System

Folder 575

EMB 80/11. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 576

EMB 80/12. U.S. Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates for the Dollar

Folder 577

EMB 80/13. The Soaring Price of Gold, 1979-1980

Folder 578

EMB 80/14. Inflation Problems and Stabilization Policies

Folder 579

EMB 80/15. Economic Situation in Venezuela

Folder 580

EMB 80/16. Monetary Policy in the Recession and Recovery

Folder 581

EMB 80/17. The Dollar Under the Regime of Floating Exchange Rates

Folder 582

EMB 80/18. U.S. Balance of Payments and International Capital Position

Folder 583

EMB 80/19. Is a Return to the Gold Standard Feasible?

Folder 584

EMB 80/20. The Expansion Phase of the New Cycle

Folder 585

EMB 80/21. Saving and Investment in the U.S.

Folder 586

EMB 80/22. Monetary Policy in the Recovery Phase of the Cycle

Folder 587

EMB 80/23. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 588

EMB 80/24. U.S. Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates for the Dollar

Folder 589

EMB 81/1. The Comprehensive Revision of the National Accounts

Folder 590

EMB 81/2. Economic Problems and the New Administration

Folder 591

EMB 81/3. The Administration's Program for Recovery and Stability

Folder 592

EMB 81/4. Monetary Policy and the Control of Inflation

Folder 593

EMB 81/5. Is there an Alternative to the Gold Standard

Folder 594

EMB 81/6. U.S. Balance of Payments, 4th Quarter and Year, 1980

Folder 595

EMB 81/7. The Behavior of Prices of Basic Commodities, 1980-1981

Folder 596

EMB 81/8. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 597

EMB 81/9. The Economic Situation in the United Kingdom

Folder 598

EMB 81/10. Monetary Policy Under the New Procedures

Folder 599

EMB 81/11. Developments in the Gold Market, 1980-81

Folder 600

EMB 81/12. U.S. Balance of Payments, 1979-80 Revised and 1st Quarter 1981

Folder 601

EMB 81/13. Floating Exchange Rates in Theory and Practice

Folder 602

EMB 81/14. The Economic Outlook in the U.S.

Folder 603

EMB 81/15. The Economic Situation in France

Folder 604

EMB 81/16. The Interest Rate Aspect of a Monetary Policy

Folder 605

EMB 81/17. Fiscal and Monetary Policies for Dealing with Inflation

Folder 606

EMB 81/18. U.S. Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates for the Dollar

Folder 607

EMB 81/19 Wages and Inflation in the U.S.

Folder 608

EMB 81/20. The Economic Situation in the U.S.

Folder 609

EMB 81/21. What Role for Gold in the Monetary System?

Folder 610

EMB 81/22. The Budget Deficit, Inflation, and Interest Rates

Folder 611

EMB 81/23. The Economic Situation in Germany

Folder 612

EMB 81/24. Monetary Policy in the Early Stage of Recession

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Quarterly Review and Investment Survey, 1959-1981.

About 90 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Quarterly newsletter containing articles about economic issues. From 1959 through 1975, the newsletter was entitled Quarterly Review and Investment Survey and was published by Model, Roland & Stone. Beginning in 1976, the newsletter was published by Shields Model Roland Incorporated and beginning in the second quarter of 1976 was titled Economic Review. Also beginning in 1976, Bernstein's name was on the cover of each issue. From the third quarter of 1977, Bache Halsey Stuart Shields Incorporated published Economic Review and Bernstein wrote it. Bernstein continued to file these under "Quarterly Review" and his folder titles have been retained. The topics of these newsletters are similar to those in the EMB reports in Series 1. Most of them are about international monetary issues, such as interest rates, gold reserves, balance of payments, credit policy, prices, and inflation.

Folder 613

Model, Roland Quarterly

Folder 614

Quarterly Review 1959; No. 1-4

Folder 615

Quarterly Review 1960; No. 2-4

Folder 616

Quarterly Review 1961; No. 1, 2, and 4

Folder 617

Quarterly Review 1962; No. 1-4

Folder 618

Quarterly Review 1963; No. 1-4 , International Position of the U.S. Dollar

Folder 619

Quarterly Review 1964; No. 1-4

Folder 620

Quarterly Review 1965; No. 1-4

Folder 621

Quarterly Review 1966; No. 2 and 3

Folder 622

Quarterly Review 1967; No. 1-4

Folder 623

Quarterly Review 1968; 1st Half and 3-4

Folder 624

Quarterly Review 1969; No. 1-4

Folder 625

Quarterly Review 1970; No. 1-4

Folder 626

Quarterly Review 1971; No. 1-4

Folder 627

Quarterly Review 1972; No. 1-4

Folder 628

Quarterly Review 1973; No. 1-4

Folder 629

Quarterly Review 1974; No. 1-4

Folder 630

Quarterly Review 1975; No. 1-4

Folder 631

Quarterly Review 1976; No. 1-4

Folder 632

Quarterly Review 1977; No. 1-4

Folder 633

Quarterly Review 1978; No. 1-3

Folder 634

Quarterly Review 1979; No. 1-3

Folder 635

Quarterly Review 1980; No. 1-4

Folder 636

Quarterly Review 1981; No. 1-4

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Writings, 1942-1994.

About 100 items

Arrangement: alphabetical repeated.

Papers written by Edward M. Bernstein. The first alphabetical listing includes papers listed by Bernstein in the EMB Papers Document Index in folder 637. The second alphabetical listing includes other writings by Bernstein. The subjects of these papers are similar to the subjects of the reports and newsletters in Series 1 and Series 2. They chiefly deal with international monetary issues, such as the International Monetary Fund, interest rates, gold reserves, balance of payments, credit policy, prices, and inflation.

Folder 637

EMB Papers Document Index

Folder 638

The Cyclical Expansion 1991-1994

Folder 639

The Award of Stock to the CEO of Coca Cola

Folder 640

Bear Markets in Common Stocks 1901-1941

Folder 641

The Behavior of Long-Term Interest Rates (printed in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 642

E. M. Bernstein Book Review of International Monetary Fund, Final Report of the Working Party on the Statistical Discrepancy in World Account Balances

Folder 643

The Bretton Woods System (presented at conference at Bretton Woods)

Folder 644

Can the Present Exchange System Be Improved? (prepared for Brookings Program on the "International Financial System Under Stress")

Folder 645

Capital and Economic Development (seminar at Harvard)

Folder 646

Chapel Hill Refugee Problem

Folder 647

Comments to Allan Meltzer from E. M. Bernstein on "U.S. Policy in the Bretton Woods Era"

Folder 648

Commodity Prices and the Foreign Exchange Value of the Dollar

Folder 649

A Consultation with Brazil

Folder 650

The Current Account Deficit and the Standard of Living

Folder 651

Debt of the Non-Oil Developing Countries to theBanks (Shields Model Roland)

Folder 652

Devaluation and the Dollar Premium Price of Gold (International Monetary Fund Research Paper)

Folder 653

The Diffusion of Economic Power

Folder 654

Dollar Exchange Rates for Some European Currencies

Folder 655

The Economics of Fluctuating Exchange Rates (In "Exchange Rate Flexibility")

Folder 656

Economic Policy for a Working Economy: The Case of Israel (A Survey of the International Monetary Fund)

Folder 657

The Economic Situation in the Four Weeks to...(Growth of GDP or GNP, output in manufacturing, output per hour, unit labor costs 1969-1970)

Folder 658

The Eurodollar Market and National Credit Policy (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 659

The European Currency Crisis

Folder 660

The Exchange Rate Arrangements of the European Monetary

Folder 661

The Foreign Exchange Value of the Dollar and the U.S. Economy

Folder 662

The Fortieth Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Conference

Folder 663

The Future of the International Monetary System

Folder 664

How the International Monetary Fund Saw Postwar Payment Problems

Folder 665

How Palic Invests Retirement Funds

Folder 666

Indexing Money Payments in a Large and Prolonged Inflation (AEI)

Folder 667

Inflation, Stabilization, and Interest Rates (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 668

Innovations in the Operations of the Bundesbank

Folder 669

Interest Rates and the Foreign Exchange Value of the Dollar

Folder 670

International Monetary Organization (Reprint from Chapter in International Encyclopedia of Social Science)

Folder 671

The International Monetary Situation (Speech, Harvard Graduate Society)

Folder 672

Investing an Institution's Endowment (Stein Roe at Catholic Bishops Conference)

Folder 673

Keynes and U.S. Foreign Economic Policy

Folder 674

The Lag in the Recovery

Folder 675

Latent Inflation: Problems and Politics (International Monetary Fund Research Paper)

Folder 676

The Lending Roles of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank

Folder 677

Letters to the Editor, Financier: "Payments to Foreign Investors Do Not Hurt Domestic Growth"; NY Times: "Measuring the National Debt in Dollars"; "Japanese Trade Surplus"

Folder 678

Lifetime Pattern of Savings and Investment

Folder 679

Money and the Price System (Ch.1, Money and the Economic System)

Folder 680

Oil Money, the Floating Dollar, and Interest Rates (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 681

A Policy for the Transition from Inflation to Stability (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey )

Folder 682

Position of the Soviet Union with Western Banks

Folder 683

Prices, Wages, and Guideposts (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 684

Prices, Wages, and Profits in a Prolonged Inflation (in Quarterly Review and Investment Survey)

Folder 685

Providing for Retirement through a Variable Annuity

Folder 686

Questions and Answers on the International Monetary Fund

Folder 687

Reminiscing about the Fund at the Fall Outing (in The Caravan)

Folder 688

Review of Cliff Winston's Book on the Restriction of Automobile Imports from Japan

Folder 689

The Search for Exchange Stability: Before and After Bretton Woods

Folder 690

Some Aspects of Economic Policy in Small Countries (International Monetary Fund Research Paper)

Folder 691

The Soviet Union and Bretton Woods

Folder 692

Statement of E. M. Bernstein to the Subcommittee on Commerce, Transportation, and Tourism, Stabilization, House Banking Committee

Folder 693

The Swiss Franc Problem

Folder 694

Tables: Miscellaneous

Folder 695

The United States as an International Debtor Country

Folder 696

U.S. Coinage of Rials for Saudi Arabia under Lend-Lease

Folder 697

War and the Pattern of Business Cycles (in American Economic Review)

Folder 698

What is the Standard of Living?

Folder 699

Yields on Corporate Stocks and Bonds, 1949-1988

Folder 700

A Infacao em Relacao ao Desenvovimento Economico, 1952

Folder 701

Article in Russian, 1992

Folder 702

Balance of Payments Statistics of the U.S.: A Review and Appraisal, 1965

Folder 703

Bretton Woods, 1984

Folder 704

Business Cycles of an Economist

Folder 705

Capital Inflow and the Appreciation of the Dollar

Folder 706

Article in French- " De l'inflation, dans ses rapports avec le develloppement economique"

Folder 707

The Debt Crisis moves North, 10/28/96

Folder 708

Defense Expenditures and Inflation

Folder 709

El Desarrollo de un mercado de capitales en Centroamerica, 1967

Folder 710

The Development of a Capital Market in Central America

Folder 711

Economic Development with Stability, 1953

Folder 712

Economic Review, 1976

Folder 713

Economics of Fluctuating Exchange Rates

Folder 714

Eurodollars: Capital Flows and the U.S. Balance of Payments

Folder 715

Evolution of the International Monetary Fund

Folder 716

Fall in Private Capital Inflow and Interest Rates

Folder 717

Financing Economic Growth in Underdeveloped Economies

Folder 718

Further Evolution of the Exchange Rate

Folder 719

Further Evolution of the International Monetary System

Folder 720

Inflacion y Desarollo Economico, 1953-1954

Folder 721

Inflation in Brazil, 1940-1950, 24 March 1952

Folder 722

Inflation in Relation to Economic Development, 1952

Folder 723

International Monetary Fund, 1968

Folder 724

The International Monetary Fund and Compensatory Financing of Export Fluctuations, July 1964

Folder 725

International Effects of U.S. Economic Policy, January 1960

Folder 726

Intervention and the Fall of the Dollar

Folder 727

News Clip on Japan: The Trade Deficit with Japan, 12/26/89

Folder 728

Joint Statements by Experts on the Establishment of an International Monetary Fund of the United and Associated Nations, 21 April 1944

Folder 729

Monetary Stabilization: The United Nations Program

Folder 730

Multilateral Trade in an Unbalanced World, 1950

Folder 731

My Memories of Earl Hicks, 1/15/78

Folder 732

The Nature and Causes of Deep Depressions, 8/10/62

EMB 62/15

Folder 733

Output, Input, and Profits in 10 Years Of Inflation [3rd Quarter, 1974]

Folder 734

El Precio del Cafe y La Politica Monetaria

Folder 735

Presentation of the U.S. Balance of Payments: A Symposium

Folder 736

The Price of Coffee and Monetary Policy, 4/20/50 [International Monetary Fund]

Folder 737

Productivity in Manufacturing and the Trade Balance

Folder 738

Reflections on Bretton Woods, 1944

Folder 739

Reflections on Jamaica, 1976

Folder 740

Report on the Process of Inflation in Chile, 1950

Folder 741

Report to the President of the U.S. by the Economic Survey Mission to the Philippines, 1950

Folder 742

Reports Prior EMB (Ltd.), 1-6.5. 1948-51

Folder 743

Reports Prior EMB (Ltd.), 7-17. 1952-58

Folder 744

Response to Esner Article on Budget Deficit, 3/15/96

Folder 745

Revision on Trade Data, 12/19/85

Folder 746

Savings and Capital Markets in Central America, 1965

Folder 747

Shall We Return to a Gold Standard Now? 1954

Folder 748

Should the U.S. Make Its Currency Redeemable in Gold Coins? 1948

Folder 749

Some Economic Aspects of Multiple Exchange Rates, 1930-1953

Folder 750

The Stock Market Crash, 11/9/87

Folder 751

Strategic Factors in Balance of Payments Adjustment

Folder 752

Tariff Protection and Economic Development

Folder 753

Three Measures of the U.S. Current Account Deficit, 6/24/87

Folder 754

A Trade and Tariff Policy in the National Interest

Folder 755

Wage-Price Links in a Prolonged Inflation

Folder 756

Wage-Rates, Investment, and Employment

Folder 757

What Is the Danger of a Deep and Prolonged Depression? 9/20/74 [EMB 74/18]

Folder 758

What Has Happened to Real Wages?

Folder 759

Winston on the Restriction of Automobile Imports from Japan, 3/24/87

Folder 760

White, H. D. "Proposal for United Nations Stabilization Fund and a Bank for Reconstruction and Development of the United and Associated Nations," April 1942

Folder 761

U.S. Treasury Dept., 1942-1944

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About 100 items.

Arrangement: by type of material.

Papers relating to the establishment and policies of the International Monetary Fund. Included are the proceedings of the U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, N.H., in 1944, International Monetary Fund staff papers and reports, and other papers. The IMF staff papers include papers on exchange rates, international trade, economic development, and related topics. Included in this series are papers relating to U.S. policy and research relating to international finance. For example, folder 779 contains correspondence and reports relating to Bernstein's service on the Dillon Committee, which was established in 1965 to study international liquidity and the U.S. balance of payments.

Folder 762

Proposal for International Monetary Fund, Debate in House of Lords, 23 May 1944

Folder 763

Questions and Answers on the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for Reconstruction and Development, U.S. Treasury Department, 10 June 1944

Folder 764

U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference, Proceedings (Vol. I)

Folder 765

U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference, Proceedings (Vol. II)

Folder 766

Bretton Woods Conference, 1944

Folder 767

Bernstein, "The Making and Remaking of the Bretton Woods Institutions," 14 October 1944

Folder 768

Bretton Woods Conference, 50th Anniversary

Folder 769

International Monetary Fund Staff Papers and Reports, 1-7

Folder 770

International Monetary Fund Staff Papers and Reports, 8-13

Folder 771

International Monetary Fund Staff Papers and Reports, 14-18

Folder 772

International Monetary Fund

Folder 773

Bernstein, "Some Comments on the Fund Paper on Gold Transactions," 23 June 1968

Folder 774

Articles Not by EMB

Folder 775

Nisenson, J. "Settlement of Defaults of the 1930s on Foreign Dollar Bonds Issued by Latin American Governments," U.S. Treasury, 1988

Folder 776

Tables: Miscellaneous Data

Folder 777

Miscellaneous

Folder 778

Official Support for Transferable Sterling, 18 March 1955

Folder 779

U.S. Treasury Dept. Dillon Committee, 1965

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About 100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Biographical sketches, articles about Bernstein, business and personal correspondence, and other personal papers. In a videotaped interview made for his family on 29-30 December 1994, Bernstein discussed his life and career, including his family, childhood, education, and his perspective on the negotiations and decisions leading up to establishment of the International Monetary Fund.

Folder 780

Biographical Material

Folder 781

Business and Personal Correspondence

Folder 782

Camp David Agreements, 1978

Folder 783

Clippings

Folder 784

EMB and John Maynard Keynes

Folder 785

EMB Chair at Brookings Institution

Folder 786

EMB Septuagintennial, 17 December 1974

Folder 787

MacDougall, G. D. A., 1955-1957

Folder 788

Personal Correspondence

Folder 789

Harvard University

Folder 790

London School of Economics

Folder 791

University of Chicago

Folder 792

University of North Carolina

Folder 793

University of North Carolina Commencement, 1977

Folder 794

Edward Morris Bernstein Family Interview, 29-30 December 1994

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-4502/1

Oversize papers

Videotape VT-4502/1-4

VT-4502/1

VT-4502/2

VT-4502/3

VT-4502/4

Bernstein, Edward Morris, Washington D.C., 29-30 December 1994

VHS

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About 20 items.

1930s-1990s.

A few letters, 1978-1992; legal papers; writings, awards and diplomas; a copy of the articles of agreement, International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; photograph of Fred M. Vinson; and a photograph taken at the U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference.

Folder 794

Addition of January 2001

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About 50 items.

1930s-1990s.

Correspondence, a few writings, family photographs, and other materials.

Folder 795

Correspondence chiefly relating to Edward M. Bernstein's death, 1996

Folder 796

Writings:

What Can be Accomplished in Philippines? 1950 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
The Revival of Monetary Policy, 1953 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
United States council of the International Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report and Supplement, 1963 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
The Fortieth Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Conference, 1984 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
Harvard Graduate Society Symposium, 1986 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
The Lifetime Pattern of Saving and Investment, 1992 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
The Swiss Franc Problem, 1941-45, 1994 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
Productivity in Manufacturing and the Trade Balance, 1996 #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
Chapel Hill and German Refugees, undated #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
A Consultation with Brazil, undated #04502, Subseries Additions Addition of February 2001 (Acc. 98857), Folder 796
Folder 797

Miscellaneous materials, including notes, clippings, and other items

Image Folder PF-4502/6

Family and professional photographs

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5 items.

1937-1947.

Notes relating to "Topics of the Times," 24 August 1937 and copies of Coxey Good Roads and Non-Interest Bond Library, 1898; A Survey of Modern Monetary Controversy by Dennis H. Robertson, 1937; and "Bank of enland, Report for the Year Ended 28th February 1947."

Folder 798

Addition of May 2001

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Photographs (PF-4502/1-6)

Oversize papers (OPF-4502/1; OP-PF-4502/1)

Videotapes (VT-4502/1-4)

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