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- ESTONIA AND THE EUROPEAN DEBT CRISIS. Parts, Juhan // CATO Journal;Spring/Summer2013, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p269
The article discusses the impact of the 2009 European debt crisis and the 2008 global financial crisis on the economy of Estonia, with focus given to the reasons why the economy came out of the crises stronger than before. After explaining the relatively high rate of unemployment in the country,...
- Monetary Policy Regimes. Howells, Peter; Mariscal, Iris Biefang-Frisancho // International Journal of Political Economy;Spring2006, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p62
No abstract available.
- Monetary Policy. // Economic Trends (07482922);Sep2004, p4
Provides an overview on the monetary policy in the United States. Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) increase of the federal funds rate target; FOMC statement on the removal of policy accommodation; Implications of removing accommodation.
- Measures of fiscal performance. // OECD Economic Surveys: Korea;Mar2003, p203
Assesses the state of fiscal policy in Korea, which is complicated by the different measures of the government budget balance, as of 2002. Characteristics of the fiscal policy during the latter half of the 1990s according to the System of National Accounts; Basis on which tax and expenditure...
- Fiscal policy: consolidation to be associated with reform. // OECD Economic Surveys: Austria;Dec2001, p41
Presents updates on fiscal consolidation in Austria as of December 2001. Budgetary developments between 1999 to 2001; Structural policy issues that will shape the stance of fiscal policy in pension reform, administrative reform and inter-state revenue sharing.
- Non--linear inflationary dynamics: evidence from the UK. Arghyrou, Michael; Martin, Christopher; Milas, Costas // Oxford Economic Papers;Jan2005, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p51
This paper estimates a variety of models of inflation using quarterly data for the UK between 1965 and 2001. We find that the persistence of inflation is nonlinear since inflation adjusts more rapidly when prices are further from the steady state and when prices are above the steady state. We...
- AFTER THE TAX REVOLT: SOME POSITIVE, IF UNINTENDED, CONSEQUENCES. Lowery, David // Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Dec1986, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p736
While substantial attention has been focused on the revenue yield effects of the tax revolt, little attention has been directed to assessing how these changes have influenced other evaluative attributes of fiscal systems. Are state and state-local revenue systems more or less equitable,...
- Real Expectations: Replacing Rational Expectations with Survey Expectations in Dynamic Macro Models. Fuhrer, Jeffrey C. // Research Review;Jul-Dec2012, Issue 18, p66
The article offers information on the standard approach to use for macroeconomic modeling, dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models with rational expectations. It discusses several facts which includes formulating monetary and fiscal policy, mathematical expectations implied by the...
- FISCAL POLICY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE CURRENT FINANCIAL CRISIS. SAVA, VALENTIN; TUREATCĂ, MANUELA-VIOLETA // International Conference : CKS - Challenges of the Knowledge Soc;2012, p1607
Fiscal policies in the current era are the sovereign right of states to collect and administer taxes on national territory. In this respect, the European Union, which is an association of independent states, did not created an European tax - although many politicians proposing it - and within...