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Globalization:

A Chapter for the Millennial Edition of Historical Statistics of the United States

J. Bradford DeLong
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
http://www.j-bradford-delong.net


A few notes...

Four sub components: people, trade, bankdwidth, effects

People:

Trade:

Bandwidth:

Effects:

Separate attention to Canada and Mexico

San Diego/Tijuana

Vancouver/Seattle

number of countries with direct airline flights

foreigners with degrees from American universities

global culture

global environment; ozone and carbon emissions

global patents

English language

U.S. moneystock

reciprocal treaties

multinationals

What we know and don't know

Comparative things;

international things

drafts chapters by end of summer 1999

look through bicentennial edition

focus on the United States as national entity

international comparisons--only a few

openness of the American economy


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