2 edition of Determinants of national imf policy found in the catalog.
Determinants of national imf policy
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.I58 S55 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||2011411073|
the foreign policy formulation being implemented by developing counties in Nigeria The study did not evaluate the determinants or identify possible solutions to the formulation process. Dessouki identified the challenges of foreign policy formulation with respect the. Determinants and sustainability of external debt in a deregulated economy: a cointegration analysis from Nigeria (–). American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 4 (6), –
The release of the Panama Papers in April highlighted the amazing amount of money circulating through Offshore Financial Centers (OFCs). In alone, there was $ trillion dollars of portfolio investment across 54 OFCs, greater than the amount invested in the France, Germany, and Japan combined. 1 Most existing studies of OFCs have defined a country as such on the basis of. Definitions And Nature Of Foreign Policy: Foreign policy, according to Hartmann, “is a systematic statement of deliberately selected national interests.” 1 Foreign policy connotes a greater degree of rational procedure, and a type of planning involved in a step-by-step progress to a known and defined goal. 2 It is a relatively rational answer to prevailing external conditions.
What have been the main trends and drivers of international migration over the last century, and to what extent have migration policies been effective in shaping the volume, direction, timing, and selection of immigration and emigration? This paper reviews the insights on migration trends, determinants and policy effects gained through the DEMIG (Determinants of International Migration) project. This book greatly enhances our understanding of the behavior of real exchange rates. It provides an elegant model based on a solid theoretical foundation that links real exchange rates to their fundamental economic determinants and takes proper account of stock and flow considerations.
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This book analyzes the determinants of national policy toward the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the course of a credit arrangement.
It examines why national governments decide to enter into a credit arrangement with the IMF and under what circumstances. Lula's presidency and further cooperation with the IMF The determinants of two administrations' IMF policies Argentina and the IMF Argentina's institutional framework Legislative and executive in Argentina Argentinean federalism The party system The president's autonomy in economic policymaking A historical overview of Argentina's economic policy: The IMF Working Papers series is designed to Determinants of national imf policy book IMF staff research available to a wide audience.
Almost Working Papers are released each year, covering a wide range of theoretical and analytical topics, including balance of payments, monetary and fiscal issues, global liquidity, and national and international economic developments.
Determinants of International Tourism The paper estimates the impact of macroeconomic supply- and demand-side determinants of tourism, one of the largest components of services exports globally, and the backbone of many smaller economies.
‘A must-read for anyone who wants a better understanding of global politics and the impact of the IMF in particular.’ Source: New Statesman ‘Vreeland’s book is worth a look as it pieces together some interesting case studies, weaves an intriguing tale of political motives, and provides a concise and readable discussion of his attempt to measure the impact of IMF programs on economic.
We explore the underlying determinants of the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy and tax and social security reform using the Global Fiscal Model (GFM). We show that the planning horizon of consumers, access to financial markets, and the elasticity of labor supply, as well as the characteristics of utility and production functions, and the degree of competition are all critical for.
those of the IMF or IMF policy. Working Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) and are published to elicit comments and to further debate.
We explore the underlying determinants of the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy and tax and social security reform using the Global Fiscal Model (GFM). We show that the. Contents: National policy toward the IMF concerning credit arrangements - Brazil's policy toward the IMF between and - Argentina's policy toward the IMF between and - Theoretical framework based on the assumptions of political economy - Hypotheses on national IMF policy concerning political and economic factors - The.
The Determinants of National Competitiveness Article (PDF Available) in Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) July with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution developed and developing countries, at the national and subnational levels.
The IMF recognizes This book is designed to help further integrate income inequality issues into the IMF’s policy advice. I hope it will also spark further debate and research on this topic both inside and.
Abstract. Taking a panel data of IMF member countries, this chapter primarily focuses on the IMF programme countries, during –; a time period during which the number of IMF programmes witnessed an increasing trend.
Political economy of IMF policy Steps and actors of national IMF policy ; Consequences of IMF programs and their determinants ; The formulation of IMF policy ; Research method ; Brazil and the IMF ; Brazil's institutional framework ; Legislative and executive in Brazil ; Brazilian federalism ; The party.
They include i mplementing agencies, policy environment, the policy target group, the policy objectives and policy resources, disposition, communication and compliance. The Implementing Agencies This refers to government department parastatals, ministries or commissions bestowed with the responsibility of implementing public policies.
This paper examines the determinants of sub-national governments risk premia using secondary market data for U.S., Canada, Australia and Germany. It finds that, as for central governments, fiscal fundamentals matter in the pricing of risk premia, and sub-national governments with higher public debt and larger deficits pay higher premia.
However. The International Monetary Fund in the Global Economy is a careful, persuasive application of the ideas and methods of modern political economy to a crucially important topic.
It will be of interest to any serious scholar or student of international political economy, international relations, and international economics.’. This book argues that governments enter IMF programs for economic and political reasons, and finds that the effects are negative on economic growth and income distribution.
By bringing in the IMF. For instance, researchers have studied how the activities of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank affect growth, inflation, poverty, inequality, and the environment. One interesting gap in the literature concerns the role of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its predecessor the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
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Emerging Markets Review, 18, 1– Crossref, Google Scholar; Guo, K and V Stepanyan (). Determinants of bank credit in emerging market economies.
IMF Working paper No. WP/11/51, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC. Google Scholar. Why do governments turn to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and with what effects.
This book argues that governments enter IMF programs for economic and political reasons, and finds that the effects are negative on economic growth and income distribution. By bringing in the IMF, governments gain political leverage - via conditionality - to push through unpopular policies.
IMF Economic Review applies rigorous analysis with an empirical orientation that benefits readers and engages with a broad audience, including academics and policymakers.
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