Canadian-United States Financial Relationships
Conference Series 6
International monetary developments of the past year have given a new importance to the financial relationships between the United States and Canada. An examination of that relationship and of Canadian experience with a floating exchange rate was undertaken at a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in September of 1971.
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Frank E. Morris
International Capital Markets and Economic Policy Under Flexible and Fixed Exchange Rates, 1951-70
Richard E. Caves and Grant L. Reuber, with discussion by Ronald W. Jones and Robert A. Mundell.
Structural Changes in the Canadian-American Balance of Payments
Andrew F. Brimmer, with discussion by Ronald I. McKinnon, John F. Helliwell and Andrew F. Brimmer.
The Relative Efficiency of the Canadian Capital Market: the Consequences for Canadian--United States Financial Relations
Edward P. Neufeld, with discussion by Bill Hutchison, Robert M. MacIntosh, Robert Dunn, Jr. and responses by Neufeld.
The Hedging of Commercial Transactions Between U.S. and Canadian Residents: A Canadian View
Harry C. Eastman, with discussion by Peter A.T. Campbell
The Hedging of Commercial Transactions Between U.S. and Canadian Residents: A View from the United States
Norman S. Fieleke, with discussion by George H. Chittenden and a response by Fieleke
Webinar for Personal Finance and Economics Teachers: Aligning Financial Capability Efforts to the Common Core Standards
The Impact of Economic Slowdowns on Financial Institutions and Their Regulators
Financial Market Implications of the Trade War between the United States and China
The Implications of High Leverage for Financial Instability Risk, Real Economic Activity, and Appropriate Policy Responses