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effectiveness of macropolicies in small open-economy dynamic aggregative models

Edmund S. Phelps

effectiveness of macropolicies in small open-economy dynamic aggregative models

by Edmund S. Phelps

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Published by Banca d"Italia in Rome .
Written in English


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Statementby Edmund S.Phelps.
SeriesTemi di discussione -- 63
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“A Structuralist Model of the Small Open Economy in the Short, Medium and Long Run,” with Hian Teck Hoon, ms. Singapore Management University, May , pp. “Changing Prospects, Speculative Swings: The Links through Real Asset Prices and Exchange Rates,” Reykjavik, Conference on Swings and Growth, June Forthcoming. Second, the model is framed as a closed economy that receives exogenous injections of funds in the form of foreign aid. We recognize this assumption is questionable. However, Barro et al. () show that a credit-constrained neoclassical small open economy displays very similar dynamic properties to that of a closed economy. Thus, we believe.

Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy provides students with comprehensive coverage of all the essential concepts of macroeconomics. A balanced approach between theoretical and mathematical aspects of the subject has been adopted - Selection from Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy [Book].   Furthermore, this scarce work focuses only on the special case of a ‘small’ open economy, to which the standard closed-economy analysis applies with only minor modifications. 2 Models of two (large) countries, on the other hand, have some distinctive features that necessitate much more than a trivial extension of the closed-economy analysis.

What is meant by macroeconomic stability? Economic stability occurs when there is low volatility in key indicators such as prices, jobs, economic growth, interest rates, investment and trade.; All countries experience an economic cycle which tracks the fluctuations in the rate of growth of a country’s Gross Domestic Product, some countries have a more volatile cycle than others. Aggregate Demand and the Price Level. There are several explanations for an inverse relationship between AD and the price level in an economy. g real incomes: As the price level rises, the real value of people’s incomes fall and consumers are less able to buy the items they want or over the course of a year all prices rose by 10 per cent whilst your money income remained the.


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A fuller exposition is Num Temi di discussione, Banca Author: Edmund S. Phelps. Consider the Keynesian savings function, speci–ed as an aggregative relationship: S t = a 1 +a 2Y t +e t An aggregative macro model would take the above behavioural relationship as given and would estimate the coe¢ cients a 1 and a 2 from data.

We have already provided a micro-foundation for this kind of Keynesian Consumption/Savings function. Moreover such models would take into account agents™expectations about government policies. Predictions based on such microfounded models would be more accurate than the aggregative models which club all the true parameters as well as other policy-related parameters together.

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