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Author Luttik, Joke.

Title Accounting for the global economy : measuring world trade and investment linkages / Joke Luttik
Published New York : St. Martin's Press in association with Institute of Social Studies, 1998

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Description xvii, 227 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Series International finance and development series
International finance and development series.
Contents Ch. 1. British archaeology since the end of the Second World War / Ian Ralston and John Hunter -- Ch. 2. The Lateglacial or Late and Final Upper Palaeolithic colonization of Britain / Nicholas Barton -- Ch. 3. Hunter-gatherers of the Mesolithic / Steven Mithen -- Ch. 4. The Neolithic period, c. 4000-2500/2200 B.C.: changing the world / Alasdair Whittle -- Ch. 5. The Earlier Bronze Age / Mike Parker Pearson -- Ch. 6. The Later Bronze Age / Timothy Champion -- Ch. 7. The Iron Age / Colin Haselgrove -- Ch. 8. Roman Britain: the military dimension / W. S. Hanson -- Ch. 9. Roman Britain: civil and rural society / Simon Esmonde Cleary -- Ch. 10. Early historic Britain / Catherine Hills -- Ch. 11. The Scandinavian presence / Julian D. Richards -- Ch. 12. Landscapes of the Middle Ages: towns 1050-1500 / John Schofield -- Ch. 13. Landscapes of the Middle Ages: churches, castles and monasteries / Roberta Gilchrist
Ch. 14. Landscapes of the Middle Ages: rural settlement and manors / Paul Stamper -- Ch. 15. The historical geography of Britain from A.D. 1500: landscape and townscape / Ian Whyte -- Ch. 16. The workshop of the world: the industrial revolution / Kate Clark -- Ch. 17. Reeling in the years: the past in the present / Timothy Darvill
1. Introduction -- 2. Concepts, Definitions and Classifications for the World Accounting Matrix -- 3. Data Sources and Data Problems -- 4. The Construction of World Accounting Matrices for 1970, 1975, 1980 and 1985 -- 5. A Presentation and Interpretation of the Reconciled WAMs -- 6. Global Linkages in the Reconciled WAMs -- 7. Constant Market Share Analysis -- 8. Summary and Conclusions
Summary The book describes the construction method for a global accounting framework, referred to as the world accounting matrix (WAM). The WAM allows for the consistent presentation of international trade and finance figures in relation to domestic saving and investment. The book shows how a WAM can be used for the analysis of trade and finance in a global context. In addition, it shows how the WAM can contribute to the solution of the large statistical problems in national and global macroeconomic data
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 214-220) and index
Subject International trade -- Mathematical models.
National income -- Accounting.
Author Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)
LC no. 97042694
ISBN 0333730992
0312213301 cloth