Global Imbalances, Exchange Rates And Stabilization Policy

Hardcover | August 15, 2009

byAnthony John Makin

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This book analyzes key international monetary issues from a macro-foundations perspective. It proposes novel frameworks to interpret macroeconomic and financial linkages for globally integrated economies, examining global imbalances, exchange rates, interest rates, international capital flows, inflation, foreign and public debt.

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This book analyzes key international monetary issues from a macro-foundations perspective. It proposes novel frameworks to interpret macroeconomic and financial linkages for globally integrated economies, examining global imbalances, exchange rates, interest rates, international capital flows, inflation, foreign and public debt.

ANTHONY J. MAKIN is Professor of Economics at Griffith University, Australia. He previously served as a senior economist in the Australian departments of Finance and Treasury and with the IMF Institute in Singapore. He has represented Australia at Pacific Economic Co-operation Council conferences and published widely on international ...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:176 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.62 inPublished:August 15, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230576850

ISBN - 13:9780230576858

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Table of Contents

Introduction * The Global Economy and External Imbalances *  Global Imbalances and Exchange Rates * External Imbalances and National Income *  International Capital Mobility and National Income *  External Imbalances, Exchange Rates and Interest Rates *  Money, Exchange Rates and the Balance of Payments * Stabilisation Policy, Interest Rates and National Income *  Real Exchange Rate, External Imbalances and National Income * Select Stabilisation Policy Issues * Epilogue