3 edition of Exchange rate policies, prices, and supply-side response found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-195) and index.
|Statement||edited by Christos Papazoglou and Eric J. Pentecost.|
|Contributions||Papazoglou, Christos., Pentecost, Eric J.|
|LC Classifications||HG3942.9 .E943 2001, HG3942.9 .E943 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 201 p. :|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||2001027368|
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This book, based upon a large-scale research project, examines alternative types of exchange rate policies being pursued and the changing prices of exchange rate Exchange rate policies during the transition process in four countries, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Poland and the Czech Republic.
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[Christos Papazoglou; Eric J Pentecost;] -- This book is a collection of the latest economic research into the effects of exchange rate policy on output growth. Focusing on four Eastern European transition economies: Bulgaria, Czech Republic. Exchange Rate Policies, Prices and Supply-Side Response pp | Cite as The Exchange Rate, Prices and the Supply Response under Transition: A Simulation Study AuthorsCited by: 6.
Economic Performance in Poland under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates Regimes In: Papazoglou, C.; Pentecoast, E. (ed.), Exchange Rate Policies, Prices and Supply-side Response. A Study of Transitional Economies, pp. Pentecoast, E. (ed.), Exchange Rate Policies, Prices and Supply-side Response.
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Exchange rate policy. The exchange rate of an economy affects aggregate demand through its effect on export and import prices, and policy makers may exploit this connection. Deliberately altering exchange rates to influence the macro-economic environment may be regarded as a type of monetary s in exchanges rates initially work there way into an economy via their effect on prices.
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Fiscal Policy and the Real Exchange Rate. Prepared by. the dynamic e⁄ects of these policies on external prices and the real exchange rate is predicted to appreciate in the short run in response to an increase in government spending.
The long-run real exchange rate, on the other hand, File Size: 2MB. Transition 2 (1) (Inglês) Resumo. The contents of this socialist economies in transition newsletter include: stabilization efforts in Poland and Yugoslavia - early lessons; study on the Soviet Union - interview with John Holaen; convertibility for Eastern Europe; quotation of the month Cited by: 1.
What Is Supply-Side Economics. Paul Craig Roberts. Supply-side economics is an innovation in macroeconomic theory and policy. It rose to prominence in congressional policy discussions in the late s in response to worsening Phillips Curve trade-offs between inflation and unemployment.
Essay Technique: Monetary and Supply-Side Policies 1. “Monetary policy is as important as supply-side policies in making a country more internationally competitive” With reference to examples, to what extent to you agree.
(25) 2. as the exchange rate variability becomes higher risk-averse ﬁrms will reduce their outsourc-ing activities while risk-neutral ﬁrms may increase their outsourcing activities. These results explain the phenomenon regarding how exchange rate uncertainty aﬀects imports of devel-oped countries [36, 37, 38, 39].Cited by: Figure Labor Market Example: Demand and Supply for Nurses in Minneapolis-St.
Paul-Bloomington The demand curve (D) of those employers who want to hire nurses intersects with the supply curve (S) of those who are qualified and willing to work as nurses at the equilibrium point (E).
The equilibrium salary is $70, and the equilibrium quantity is 34, nurses. Figure An Expansionary Fiscal Policy and Crowding Out.
In Panel (a), increased government purchases are financed through the sale of bonds, lowering their price to P b Panel (b), the higher interest rate causes the exchange rate to rise, reducing net exports. The exchange rate channel of monetary policy exchange rate The number of units of home currency that can be exchanged for one unit of foreign currency.
For example, the number of Australian dollars (AUD) needed to buy one US dollar (USD) is defined as number of AUD per USD.1. Changes in the prices of imports – this has a direct effect on the consumer price index. For example, an appreciation of the exchange rate usually reduces the sterling price of imported consumer goods and durables, raw materials and capital goods.
2. Commodity prices and the CAP: Many commodities are priced in US dollars – so a change in.Shocks and policy responses in the open economy [This is a draft chapter of a new book -Carlin & Soskice (x)1].
In this chapter, the open economy model developed in Chapters 4 and 5 is put to work to ex-amine government policy instruments and to analyze shocks that may disturb the economy.