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Macroeconomic responses by developing countries to changes in external economic conditions.

Willem H. Buiter

Macroeconomic responses by developing countries to changes in external economic conditions.

by Willem H. Buiter

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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.93, Discussion paper (Centre for Economic Policy Research) -- no.93.
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Open LibraryOL13980503M

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December Economic uncertainty can affect investment through different channels, some of which operate in mutually opposing directions, so the sign of its overall effect is ambiguous and can be assessed only empirically. This paper presents a thorough empirical assessment of the investment-uncertainty link in developing countries. EMP/ELM will undertake cross-country analysis and look into issues such as the room for manoeuvre in national macroeconomic policy in developing countries, the avoidance of the "stabilization trap", the contribution that an appropriate macroeconomic policy can make to poverty reduction and employment creation, and more generally, the.


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Policy responses by developing countries to changes in the external economic environment can conceptually be subdivided into macroeconomic stabilisation policy and structural adjustment policy.

The paper presents a non—technical survey of some of the issues involved in the design of stabilization policy in developing countries with special emphasis on policy responses to external shocks. First, the six most important external economic. Downloadable (with restrictions).

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First, the six most important external economic parameters of developing countries are reviewed: 1) the terms of trade, 2) the growth of world markets, 3) the cost. Downloadable. The paper presents a non-technical survey of some of the issues involved in the design of stabilization policy 10 developng countries with special emphasis on policy responses to external shocks.

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Buiter. Macroeconomic Responses by Developing Countries to Changes in External Economic Conditions. the six most important external economic parameters of developing countries are reviewed: 1) the terms of trade, 2) the growth of world markets, 3) the cost and availability of private external finance, 4) the cost and availability of official and Author: Willem H Buiter.

S hocks emanating from domestic policies or from changes in the external economic environment in developing countries invariably set off a dynamic process of adjustment that frequently takes some time to work itself out.

Although analysis of the macroeconomic effects of such shocks typically focuses on impact effects or on the eventual steady state at which the economy settles, it is the. Research on macroeconomic policies in countries of the Global South developed from a workshop on 15 November organised by the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC) in Berlin into the production of a recent book (Chowdhury and Popov, ).

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Get this from a library. Macroeconomic Responses by Developing Countries to Changes in External Economic Conditions. [Willem H Buiter; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- The paper presents a non-technical survey of some of the issues involved in the design of stabilization policy 10 developng countries with special emphasis on policy responses to external shocks.

economic variables, often making it difficult to discern any type of "cycle" or economic regularities. At the same time, there are a number of reasons why more attention to the documentation of the stylized facts regarding macroeconomic fluctuations in developing countries could be useful.

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Such a need typically arises when a country experiences a persisting imbalance between aggregate domestic demand and aggregate supply, reflected in a worsening of its external payments and an increase in inflation. Boom, crisis, and adjustment: the macroeconomic experience of developing countries (English) Abstract.

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afflicted developing countries. This literature has reached a level of rigor and sophistication comparable to that which characterizes industrial-country macroeconomics. Much of it, however, is written at an advanced level and is scattered over a wide range of professional economic journals.

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