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Volume 21: Issue 2 (May 1966)


Front Matter

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[Photograph]: Norris O. Johnson, Fourteenth President of American Finance Association, 1955

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Back Matter

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THE CONTRIBUTION OF ECONOMISTS TO POLICY FORMATION

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Gardner Ackley


CAPITAL INVESTMENT BY THE FIRM IN PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

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William W. Alberts


FINANCING DECISIONS OF THE FIRM

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Eugene M. Lerner, Willard T. Carleton


VALUATION OF THE FIRM: EFFECTS OF UNCERTAINTY IN A MARKET CONTEXT

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Alexander A. Robichek, Stewart C. Myers


DECISION THEORY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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Henry A. Latané, Donald L. Tuttle


DISCUSSION

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John Bossons, William F. Sharpe, Jacob B. Michaelsen, William Beranek


ADJUSTING THE POSTURE OF THE U.S. ECONOMY TO FACILITATE CORPORATE FREEDOM IN INTERNATIONAL ACTIONS

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Richard W. Lindholm


DIRECT INVESTMENT AND CORPORATE ADJUSTMENT TECHNIQUES UNDER THE VOLUNTARY U.S. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS PROGRAM

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Andrew F. Brimmer


FOREIGN PRIVATE INVESTMENT AND THE GOVERNMENT'S EFFORTS TO REDUCE THE PAYMENTS DEFICIT

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Jack N. Behrman


OVERSEAS FINANCING FOR U.S. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

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Stefan H. Robock


DISCUSSION

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J. F. Bennett


THE S.E.C. SPECIAL STUDY AND THE EXCHANGE MARKETS

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David K. Eiteman


BROAD IMPLICATIONS OF THE S.E.C. SPECIAL STUDY

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Irwin Friend


THE S.E.C. SPECIAL STUDY AND THE OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKETS

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Robert W. Haack


DISCUSSION

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Sidney M. Robbins, Amyas Ames, Harry C. Sauvain


DOMESTIC POLICY OBJECTIVES AND THE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS

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James Duesenberry


MONETARY POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBJECTIVES

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Leslie C. Peacock


DISCUSSION

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J. Marcus Fleming, Arthur I. Bloomfield


MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MARKET FOR CONSUMER CREDIT SINCE THE END OF WORLD WAR II

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Robert P. Shay


MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FINANCING OF RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SINCE WORLD WAR II

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M. Carter McFarland


Discussion

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Leo Grebler, Harlow D. Osborne, Paul F. Smith


WHAT SHOULD WE TEACH IN A MONEY AND BANKING COURSE?

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Roland I. Robinson


WHAT SHOULD WE TEACH IN A COURSE IN BUSINESS FINANCE?

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Ezra Solomon


WHAT SHOULD WE TEACH IN AN INVESTMENTS COURSE?

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Paul F. Wendt


DISCUSSION

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Charls F. Walker, Allan H. Meltzer, Edgar Peske, Bion B. Howard, John P. Shelton, Ragnar D. Naess


AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION

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Robert A. Kavesh, George Garvy


REPORT OF THE MANAGING EDITOR OF THE JOURNAL OF FINANCE COVERING THE YEAR 1965

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Lawrence S. Ritter