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International and Interregional Economics
International and Interregional Economics
By Seymour E. Harris
McGraw-Hill, 1957, 564 pp

Starting with a study of problems of international economic adjustment in the postwar world (the dollar shortage, convertibility, American trade policy, etc.), Professor Harris was driven backwards to consider the problem in more general terms, to show the relevance of inter-regional adjustments within the United States, and finally--at the beginning of the book--to survey the theory and history of the subject.