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Economic Growth and the Balance-of-Payments Con...
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Economic Growth and the Balance-of-Payments Constraint ab 261.49 EURO 1994 ed

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Monetary hegemony
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Monetary Hegemony is an economic and political phenomenon in which a single state has decisive influence over the functions of the international monetary system. The functions influenced by a monetary hegemon are accessibility to international credits, foreign exchange markets the management of balance of payments problems in which the hegemon operates under no balance of payments constraint. The term Monetary Hegemony appeared in Michael Hudson's Super Imperalism, which was first published in 1972. Monetary Hegemony describes not only the asymmetrical relationship that the US dollar has to the global economy, but the strictures of this hegemonic edifice that support it, namely the IMF and the World Bank. The US dollar continues to underpin the world economy and is the key currency for medium of international exchange, unit of account and unit of storage

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Growth and Balance of Payments Constraint: The ...
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The relationship between trade, growth and the balance-of-payments (BOP) has been a subject of considerable interest and empirical scrutiny in growth and development economics. This study addresses the following question: How did trade liberalization affect the BOP and growth of the Turkish economy over the period 1960-2004?, a question that has become even more crucial after the financial crises in the 1990s and early 2000s. The issue has been investigated through a case study of Turkey from 1960 to 2004 with the application of first- and second-generation balance of payments-constrained growth (BPCG) models developed by Keynesian economists. The study is of interest to academics, policy makers and professionals in the fields of economic growth and development, and international trade. In addition, analysts of balance of payments who may be interested in developing countries'' economies under financial liberalization would benefit from the work at hand. Needless to say, it is invaluable to students of the issue.

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Economic Growth and the Balance-of-Payments Con...
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'... a well written book ... covering ... a vast amount of material ... well balanced between the theoretical and applied works. The authors are judicious and fair in providing a balanced treatment of the two alternative theories of growth performance: supply-oriented and demand-oriented. The book will serve as a guideline to researchers and policymakers ... as a textbook for upperdivision undergraduate and graduate courses.'- Kashi Nath Tiwari, Kennesaw State College This is the first book of its kind to argue in a consistent and comprehensive way the idea that a country's growth performance cannot be properly understood without reference to the performance of its tradeable goods sector and the strength of its balance of payments. It puts forward a demand orientated theory of why growth rates differ between countries where the major constraint on demand is the balance of payments. The book is critical of neoclassical growth analysis and provides an alternative theory of growth performance to the supply orientated approach of neoclassical theory. There are theoretical chapters comparing and contrasting neoclassical growth analysis with the new demand orientated approach, and empirical sections which apply the new model to regions and countries, including two case studies of the UK and Australia.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Economic Growth and the Balance-of-Payments Con...
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'... a well written book ... covering ... a vast amount of material ... well balanced between the theoretical and applied works. The authors are judicious and fair in providing a balanced treatment of the two alternative theories of growth performance: supply-oriented and demand-oriented. The book will serve as a guideline to researchers and policymakers ... as a textbook for upperdivision undergraduate and graduate courses.'- Kashi Nath Tiwari, Kennesaw State College This is the first book of its kind to argue in a consistent and comprehensive way the idea that a country's growth performance cannot be properly understood without reference to the performance of its tradeable goods sector and the strength of its balance of payments. It puts forward a demand orientated theory of why growth rates differ between countries where the major constraint on demand is the balance of payments. The book is critical of neoclassical growth analysis and provides an alternative theory of growth performance to the supply orientated approach of neoclassical theory. There are theoretical chapters comparing and contrasting neoclassical growth analysis with the new demand orientated approach, and empirical sections which apply the new model to regions and countries, including two case studies of the UK and Australia.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.07.2020
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