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Caves, Richard Earl

CAVES, Richard Earl

CAVES, Richard Earl. American, b. 1931. Genres: Economics. Career: University of California, Berkeley, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, 1957-62; Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Professor of Economics, 1962-. Publications: (with R.H. Holton) The Canadian Economy, 1959; Trade and Economic Structure, 1960; Air Transport and Its Regulators, 1962; American Industry, 1964; (with J.S. Bain and J. Margolis) Northern California's Water Industry, 1966; (with G.L. Reuber) Canadian Economic Policy and the Impact of International Capital Flows, 1969; (with G.L. Reuber) Capital Transfers and Economic Policy, 1971; (with R.W. Jones) World Trade and Payments, 1973; Diversification, Foreign Investment, and Scale in North American Manufacturing Industries, 1975; (with M. Uekusa) Industrial Organization in Japan, 1976; (with others) Studies in Canadian Industrial Organization, 1977; (with M.E. Porter and A.M. Spence) Competition in the Open Economy, 1980; Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis, 1982; (with S.W. Davies) Britain's Productivity Gap, 1987; (with D.R. Barton) Efficiency in U.S. Manufacturing Industries, 1990; Adjustment to International Competition, 1990; Creative Industries: Contracts between Art and Commerce, 2000. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with H.G. Johnson and P.B. Kenen) Trade, Growth and the Balance of Payments, 1965; (with H.G. Johnson) Readings in International Economics, 1967; Britain's Economic Prospects, 1968; (with M.J. Roberts) Regulating the Product, 1975; (with L.B. Krause) Britain's Economic Performance, 1980; (with L.B. Krause) The Australian Economy: A View from the North, 1984; Industrial Efficiency in Six Nations, 1992. Address: Dept. of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.

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