Advances In Monetary Policy And Macroeconomics by P. ArestisAdvances In Monetary Policy And Macroeconomics by P. Arestis

Advances In Monetary Policy And Macroeconomics

EditorP. Arestis

Hardcover | February 28, 2007

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There have been important advances in monetary economics and macroeconomics recently. In macroeconomics there has been the paramount development of the New Consensus Macroeconomics along with significant policy implications, thereby giving rise to the notion of New Monetary Policy. This book deals with the key aspects of these developments and further ones such as money, credit and the business cycle. Adding to the analysis are developments that focus on issues for open and spatial macroeconomics.
Philip Arestis is University Director of Research, Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy, University of Cambridge, Senior Research Fellow, Wolfson College Cambridge, and Professor of Economics at the Levy Economics Institute. Gennaro Zezza is Professor of Economics at the University of Cassino, Italy.
Title:Advances In Monetary Policy And MacroeconomicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pagesPublished:February 28, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230004946

ISBN - 13:9780230004948

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Table of Contents

Introduction--P.Arestis & G.Zezza * PART 1: NEW MONETARY POLICY * New Monetary Policy: What Is It?--P.Arestis * Assessing the New Keynesian Phillips Curves under Competing Expectation Hypothesis--O.Musy & S.Pommier * A Monetary Rule Considering Options--C.Oldani * Credit Cycle with Credit Derivatives Market--S.Vanocore * Confidence, Monetary Policy and Macroeconomic Performances--D.Torre, E.Tosi, M.Dal & P.Legrand * PART 2: MONEY, CREDIT AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE * On the Minskian Business Cycle--K.Erkurt * Hyman Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis: To what Extent Would Keynes have Agreed?--E.De Antoni * PART 3: ISSUE FOR OPEN AND SPECIAL MACROECONOMIES * Monetary Shocks and Real Exchange Rate Dynamics--D.Federici & S.Santoro * Open Economy Macro, the World Bank and the Doha Debate--L.Taylor & R.Arnim * Macroeconomic Risk Evaluation of International Reserves in Venezuela--C.Pagliacci & E.Ochoa * Fiscal Policy Rules and Stabilization in EMU Economies--J.Uxò & M.J.Arroya * Technology, Capital Flows and the Balance of Payments Constraint--M.Curado & G.Porcile * Towards a Spatial Keynesian Macroeconomics--J.Juniper & B.Mitchell