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Nigerian banking system witnessed an unprecedented distress in the 1990s due to adverse policy changes and . Ineffective management of monetary and fiscal policies can cause or aggravate macroeconomic instability in a country.
Nigerian banking system witnessed an unprecedented distress in the 1990s due to adverse policy changes and maneuvering. These instruments of macroeconomic management must be properly aligned to avoid conflicts in policy design and implementation. Countries that neglected this view usually paid dearly for its price. They experienced such an unmanageable macroeconomic instability that only a fallback to external assistance was considered expedient in restoring balance.
This paper investigates the spatial variation of China's SOEs through a comparative analysis of SOEs in northeast and south China. The Travails of Current Macroeconomic and Exchange Rate Management in China: The Complications of Switching to A New Growth Engine. A detailed comparison of SOEs in the machin-ery industry sector located in Shenyang in the northeast and Guangzhou in the south has revealed an interesting pattern in which SOEs in the two locations were positioned in different production environments charac-terized by different norms of market competition and different types of FOX Z. Y. HU (- i) is a post-doctoral fellow.
Macroeconomic instability and the business cycle are generally understood as changes in output or gross domestic product (GDP) . Modern study of economic instability in the United States begins with the Great Depression.
Macroeconomic instability and the business cycle are generally understood as changes in output or gross domestic product (GDP), unemployment, and inflation rates. The economy has a long-run growth path that is subject to short-term macro-economic demand and supply shocks that push GDP away from its long-run potential or trend growth rate. Prior to the 1930s, economists treated macroeconomic instability as a difficulty best resolved by private markets. financial system had even operated for most of the pre-Depression period without a central bank.
Ross Garnaut, Ligang Song and Cai Fang. To mark 40 years of reform and development in China (1978–2018), this book brings together the work of many of the world’s leading scholars on the Chinese economy. In 31 separate contributions, they reflect and present views on policy reform, economic growth and structural change over four fateful decades.
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By Y. Kueh, Joseph C. H. Chai, Kang Fan. No cover image. By Y. These are the key questions raised by China's current economic transition towards a market-based system, and they both revolve around the institutional economics that is the focus of this volume.
Chapter in NBER book Reform, Recovery, and Growth: Latin America and the Middle East . Dornbusch and de Pablo Pindyck and Solimano. Economic Instability and Aggregate Investment.
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This book is a quarterly forecast and analysis report on the Chinese economy.
NBER Working Paper No. w6329. This paper surveys the recent literature on the theory of macroeconomic policy. We study the effect of various incentive constraints on the policy making process, such as lack of credibility, political opportunism, political ideology, and divided government. 103 Pages Posted: 19 Jul 2000 Last revised: 4 Apr 2008. See all articles by Torsten Persson. The survey is organized in three parts. Part I deals with monetary policy in a simply Phillips curve model: it covers credibility issues, political business cycles, and optimal design of monetary institutions.