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Monetary Standards and Exchange Rates (Routledge Explorations in Economic History)


Monetary Standards and Exchange Rates (Routledge Explorations in Economic History)



In this volume an international team of distinguished monetary historians examine the historical experience of exchange rate behaviour under different monetary regimes. The main focus is on metallic standards and fixed exchange rates, such as the gold standard. With its combination of thematic overviews and case studies of key countries and periods, this book greatly enhances our understanding of past monetary systems. The volume is divided into three parts. Part One evaluates the various monetary systems. The performance of metallic regimes is compared with the other monetary systems of human history. Using criteria such as growth, inflation and general economic stability. Part Two is concerned with the detailed behaviour of exchange rates under historical metallic regimes. Much attention is paid to the bimetallic standard of both gold and silver. Part Three examines the different behaviour of metallic standards in the centre countries and at the periphery. This book will be welcomed primarily by economic historians and general historians with an interest in monetary history, and also by scholars of macroeconomics and international economics.

In this volume an international team of distinguished monetary historians examine the historical experience of exchange rate behaviour under different monetary regimes. The main focus is on metallic standards and fixed exchange rates, such as the gold standard. With its combination of thematic overviews and case studies of key countries and periods, this book greatly enhances our understanding of past monetary systems. The volume is divided into three parts. Part One evaluates the various monetary systems. The performance of metallic regimes is compared with the other monetary systems of human history. Using criteria such as growth, inflation and general economic stability. Part Two is concerned with the detailed behaviour of exchange rates under historical metallic regimes. Much attention is paid to the bimetallic standard of both gold and silver. Part Three examines the different behaviour of metallic standards in the centre countries and at the periphery. This book will be welcomed primarily by economic historians and general historians with an interest in monetary history, and also by scholars of macroeconomics and international economics.










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Ford Capri




Ford Capri





From 1970 to 1978, the Capri was sold in North America through Ford's Lincoln-Mercury Division. All were Germany-produced. Headlamps were four round sealed-beams, and turn signal lamps were grill mounted on all USA-spec 1971-74 Capris and 1976-78 Capri II's. Ford hood letters were replaced with Capri letters, and a trunk-mounted F O R D block letters were added. Full instrumentation wasn't available on 1971-72 4-cylinder models but was made standard equipment from 1973 on. An optional interior decor package, changed by name to the "Ghia" package for the Capri II, featured deluxe interior trim and features. 1973 Ford Capris were the Mk I facelift models featuring the new grill, larger taillights and new interior and dash. The '73 model had the Federally-mandated 5-mph front bumper for '73. The bumper was extended, the gap closed with a silver filler panel. 1974 models had larger bumpers front and rear with wraparound urethane, body-color bumper covers to meet the revised Federal front and rear 5 mph standard. 1976-78 models were the re-designed hatchback models offered worldwide since 1974, fitted with the grill-mounted turn signal lamps and the required sealed-beam headlamps, 5 mph body-color bumpers and catalytic converter, requiring no-lead fuel. In 1976, an 'S' special edition featured black paint with gold-colored wheels, pinstripping, and interior accents.

Originally Cologne-built Capris imported to North America were fitted only with the British 1600 OHV (1.6 L), 64 hp (48 kW) Kent engine with the 4-speed manual transmission. The 1971 Capri offered the Kent-built 1600 I4 and the optional, Cologne-built OHC 2000 (2.0 L) I4 engine for improved performance with 101 hp (75 kW). An optional 3-speed automatic transmission was made available with the 2000 I4 engine. In 1972-73, the 2000 I4 became the standard engine, and an OHV 2600 (2.6 L) Cologne V6 was optional, which produced 120 hp (89 kW). The 1600 I4 was dropped. For 1974, new engines were used-the OHC 2300 (2.3 L) I4 and OHV 2800 (2.8 L) Cologne V6; The engines were carried over for the 1976-77 Capri ll hatchback models.
1983 Mercury Capri RS

In 1979, no longer importing the Ford Capri, Ford began selling a new Mercury Capri which was essentially a re-badged Ford Mustang. It was initially available with a 88 hp (66 kW) 2.3 L4, 2.8 L V6 and 302 (5.0 L) V8. The 2.8 L V6 was phased out very early in the 1980 model year and the 3.3 L (200 ci) L6 replaced it. The 3.3 L L6 would be phased out in 1983 for a 3.8 L V6 with a carburetter and then CFI fuel injection in 1984. In 1984, the Capri was available with a 175 hp (130 kW) turbocharged 2.3 L 4-cylinder engine. 165 hp (123 kW) 302 V8. While lighter than the V8 model, the Capri Turbo lacked the torque of the V8 and suffered from turbo lag, making it slower. Next year, the V8 was rated at 180 hp (134 kW) and the turbo model was dropped. This generation of Mercury Capri never became nearly as popular as the Ford Mustang, although it was essentially identical, save for cosmetic details. After 1986, the Mercury Capri was dropped.

In 1991, a new Mercury Capri was introduced, this model being fully imported from Australia (see below). It was a convertible with four seats, front wheel drive and a 100 hp (75 kW) 4 cylinder 1.6 L engine. It was also available with a 132 hp (98 kW) 1.6 turbo engine. Both versions were dropped after 1994.











Marayoor sandalwood forest




Marayoor sandalwood forest





Maryoor contains a number of sandalwood forests, and is the only[citation needed] place in Kerala where natural sandalwood forest is present. Processing of sandalwood and its associated oil forms part of local economy, a depot near Marayoor town supporting this industry.

Sandal wood or Santalum album is a parasitic tree having a fragrant and close-grained yellowish heartwood. Sandalwood oil, also known as ‘liquid gold,’ is extracted from the roots and wood of sandalwood. This oil is a costly item marketed at a few choosy outlets all over the state.

A climate with low rainfall is suitable for the growth of choice sandalwood trees from which good quality oil can be extracted. The 93 km? Marayoor reserve forest is believed to have about sixty thousand naturally grown sandalwood tress, of which nearly 2,000 trees had been allegedly plundered in just one year since January 2004, when the last survey was conducted. The auction rate for first quality Marayoor sandal is quoted at Rs. 1100 per kg, according to forest department sources (2004).









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Canada and the Gold Standard: Balance of Payments Adjustment under Fixed Exchange Rates, 1871-1913 (Studies in Macroeconomic History)






In this reexamination of Canada's balance of payments experience under the gold standard, the authors develop and empirically test a new portfolio approach to the mechanism of balance of payments adjustment. This adjustment mechanism responded to massive inflows of foreign capital during a critical period of Canada's economic growth in the early years of this century. The authors show that the existence of international mobility of capital requires a fundamental revision of the price-specie-flow theory that has traditionally been used to explain adjustment when the balance of payments was more nearly dominated by the balance of trade. The approach Professors Dick and Floyd take not only answers the critics of Jacob Viner, who first explored the Canadian case after 1900, but also offers a new perspective on how the gold standard in general actually worked. The authors apply standard elementary economic principles to this working of the balance of payments under the gold standard, making this book useful reading for those studying intermediate and upper level economics, especially in the field of international finance.

In this reexamination of Canada's balance of payments experience under the gold standard, the authors develop and empirically test a new portfolio approach to the mechanism of balance of payments adjustment. This adjustment mechanism responded to massive inflows of foreign capital during a critical period of Canada's economic growth in the early years of this century. The authors show that the existence of international mobility of capital requires a fundamental revision of the price-specie-flow theory that has traditionally been used to explain adjustment when the balance of payments was more nearly dominated by the balance of trade. The approach Professors Dick and Floyd take not only answers the critics of Jacob Viner, who first explored the Canadian case after 1900, but also offers a new perspective on how the gold standard in general actually worked. The authors apply standard elementary economic principles to this working of the balance of payments under the gold standard, making this book useful reading for those studying intermediate and upper level economics, especially in the field of international finance.










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