Capital Movements and Inflation

  • A. J. Brown
Part of the International Economic Association Conference Volumes book series (IEA)


The rather pedestrian approach to this subject which I propose to adopt is to look first at the probable effects of inflation on international capital movements, and the evidence for their having existed, and then to do the same for the probable effects of international capital movements on the course of inflation in various kinds of national economy. Let me, therefore, plunge straight away into the first of these tasks.


Foreign Investment Foreign Currency Capital Inflow International Investment Capital Movement 
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  1. Roy Harrod, ‘Desirable International Movements of Capital in Relation to Growth of Borrowers and Lenders and Growth of Markets’, Roy Harrod and Douglas Hague (editors), International Trade Theory in a Developing World, London, 1963, pp. 113–14.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© International Economic Association 1967

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. J. Brown
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  1. 1.Leeds UniversityUK

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