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NBER Publications by Hal B. Lary

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Supplement to NBER Report Two: Tariff Preferences of Less Developed Countries
Published in 1968 by NBER

Working Papers and Chapters

1980Front matter, Trade and Employment in Developing Countries
with Anne O. Krueger, Terry Monson, Narongchai Akrasanee
in Trade and Employment in Developing Countries, 1: Individual Studies, Anne O. Krueger, Hal B. Lary, Terry Monson, and Narongchai Akrasanee, eds.
1964Reports On Selected Bureau Programs
with Milton Friedman, Joseph W. Conard, Geoffrey H. Moore
in The National Bureau Enters Its Forty-fifth Year, NBER
1963Part II: Reports On Selected Bureau Programs
with Geoffrey H. Moore, James S. Earley, Roger F. Murray
in The Uses of Economic Research, 43rd Annual Report, A Record for 1962 and Plans for 1963, NBER
Front matter, Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
Introduction and Summary: Problems Posed by the Balance-of-Payments Deficit
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
Sketch of the Balance of Payments Since the War
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
Elements of Strength and Weakness in Basic Transactions
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
The Search for Ways of Strengthening Our International Payments Position
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
Appendix A: A Note on Alternative Ways of Presenting the Balance of Payments
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary
Appendix B: U.S. Balance-of-Payments Statistics
in Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker, Hal B. Lary

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