Cline, William R.
CLINE, William R.
CLINE, William R. American, b. 1941. Genres: Economics, Money/Finance. Career: Princeton University, NJ, lecturer to assistant professor of economics, 1967-70; Ford Foundation, visiting professor in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1970-71; U.S. Treasury, Washington, DC, deputy director of trade, development, and research, 1971-73; Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, senior fellow, 1973-81; Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, senior fellow, 1982-. Publications: The Economic Consequences of a Land Reform in Brazil, 1970; International Monetary Reform and the Developing Countries, 1976; (with others) Trade Negotiations in the Tokyo Round: A Quantitative Assessment, 1978; (ed. with E. Delgado) Economic Integration in Central America, 1978; (ed.) Policy Alternatives for a New International Economic Order: An Economic Analysis, Overseas Development Council, 1979; (ed. with S. Weintraub) Economic Stabilization in Developing Countries, 1981; (with others) World Inflation and the Developing Countries, 1981; An International Debt and the Stability of the World Economy, 1983; International Debt: Systemic Risk and Policy Response, 1984; Exports of Manufactures from Developing Countries: Performance and Prospects for Market Access, 1984; (ed.) Trade Policy in the 1980s, 1984; The Future of World Trade in Textiles and Apparel, 1987, 2nd ed, 1990; Mobilizing Bank Lending to Debtor Countries, 1987; American Trade Adjustment: The Global Impact, 1989; United States External Adjustment and the World Economy, 1989; The Economics of Global Warming, 1992; Global Warming: The Economic Stakes, 1992; Third World Debt: A Reappraisal, 1992; International Debt Re-Examined, 1994; Trade and Income Distribution, 1994. Address: Institute for International Economics, 1750 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036-1903, U.S.A.