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Author Shatz, Howard J., author

Title U.S. international economic strategy in a turbulent world / Howard J. Shatz
Published Santa Monica, Calif. : Rand Corporation, [2016]
©2016
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Series Research report ; RR-1521-RC
Research report (Rand Corporation) ; RR-1521-RC
Contents Ch. 1: Economic issues in the United States' role in the world -- ch. 2: The U.S. economy today -- ch. 3: How the U.S. economy connects with the world -- ch. 4: The United States' economic standing in the world -- ch. 5: Strategic choices abroad: maintaining the liberal rules-based international system -- ch. 6: Strategic choices abroad: China -- ch. 7: Strategic choices abroad: supporting partners and deterring unwanted behavior -- ch. 8: Conclusion: U.S. policy choices for the global economy
Preface -- Figures and Tables -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1: Economic Issues in the United States' Role in the World: Economics and U.S. National Strategy -- The Ends of Economics and the Means to Achieve Them -- Chapter 2: The U.S. Economy Today: Positive Growth, Productivity, and Financial Conditions -- Trouble in the Labor Force -- Trouble with Government Finances -- Summing Up the U.S. Economy Today -- Chapter 3: How the U.S. Economy Connects with the World: International Trade -- Foreign Direct Investment -- The Energy Revolution -- The Federal Reserve -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: The United States' Economic Standing in the World: Gross Domestic Product and the U.S. Share of the World Economy -- Population Trends -- World Trade -- Foreign Direct Investment -- Intellectual Property -- The Labor Force -- Interpreting Global Economic Trends -- Chapter 5: Strategic Choices Abroad: Maintaining the Liberal Rules-Based International System: The Pillars of the Liberal Rules-Based System -- Trade Liberalization -- Multilateral Institutions -- Liberal Capitalism Versus State Capitalism -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Strategic Choices Abroad: China: Recent Events in China -- An Unbalanced Economy -- Reaching Out to the World -- The U.S.-China Economic Relationship -- China and the Mega-Trade Deals -- China and International Institutions -- A Bilateral Instrument for Working with China -- Engaging with China -- Chapter 7: Strategic Choices Abroad: Supporting Partners and Deterring Unwanted Behavior: Restoring Growth in Allies and Reviving Growth in Unstable Regions -- Balancing Sanctions and the Economy -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Conclusion: U.S. Policy Choices for the Global Economy: The Rules-Based Global Economic System -- The Rise of China -- Supporting Partners and Deterring Unwanted Behavior -- Paving the Way for the Next Era of Global Growth -- References
Summary "The upcoming U.S. presidential election presents an opportunity to confirm, better define, or redefine America's role in the world. Economic power and policy will have an important place in any conception of the United States' role in the world. This report presents the strategic choices America faces regarding the international economy over the terms of the current and next U.S. administrations. The goal of U.S. international economic policy is to contribute to national economic growth and prosperity. Although the United States faces many choices regarding the global economy, this report focuses on policy choices in the areas of maintaining and improving the rules-based international economic system; working with China and better integrating it into the existing system; supporting the economic growth of allies, friends, and partners; and using economic tools to change unwanted behavior and counter adversaries"--Publisher's description
Notes "June 21, 2016"--Table of contents page
"Strategy Rethink."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 30, 2016)
Subject Economic development -- 21st century.
Foreign trade regulation -- 21st century.
International economic relations -- 21st century.
International trade -- 21st century.
Investments, Foreign -- United States.
Monetary policy -- United States -- Decision making.
Monetary policy -- United States -- Strategic aspects.
Strategic planning.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0833094548 (electronic bk.)
0833094572 (electronic bk.)
9780833094544 (electronic bk.)
9780833094575 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles United States international economic strategy in a turbulent world