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World Economic Prospects

The Political Economy of the Asia-Pacific Region: Trends and Cycles

(Yes: I know that Microsoft's #$*@*&@! Internet Assistant program appears... peculiarly incompetent at coping with some .pict format documents; try worldeconoutlook.doc; or worldeconoutlook.pdf it looks just fine...)


Short Run: Recent Growth and Inflation


 

 

 

 

Short Run: Recent Growth and Inflation by Region


 

 

 

 

Short Run: Interest and Exchange Rates


 

 

Short Run: Forecasts


 

 

 

 

 

Short Run: Risks to the Forecast

Japan's Quiet Depression Appears Over


 

 

 

Short Run: Risks to the Forecast

America's "Best Economy in a Generation"


 

 

 

The Medium Run: GDP per Capita


 

 

The Medium Run: GDP per Capita by Region



 

 

 

The Medium Run: Differences in Estimates of GDP per Capita


 

The Medium Run: Exports


 

 

 

The Medium Run: Information Technology



 

 

The Long Run: The Industrial Revolution


 

 

 

The Long Run: Occupational Distribution and the Industrial Revolution

 

 

 

The Long Run: "Divergence", 1820-1960

 

 

 

 

 

The Long Run: Asia's Industrialization and Convergence, 1960-??



The Long Run: Toward the Pacific's Steady-State Distribution of Income and Wealth




 

 

 

The Long Run: Pacific Growth, 1960-2040


 

 

 

 


The Long Run: Economic Prosperity and the Welfare State




World Economic Outlook

with a Focus on the Pacific Basin

J. Bradford De Long

Associate Professor of Economics, U.C. Berkeley

October, 1996


I. The Short-Term (0-5 years)


II. The Medium-Term (3-15 years)

 

II. The Long-Term (10-50 years)


Projects

Created 11/11/1996
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Associate Professor of Economics Brad De Long, 601 Evans
University of California at Berkeley; Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
(510) 643-4027 phone (510) 642-6615 fax
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
http://econ161.berkeley.edu/