Readings in Macroeconomics

Paperback | October 1, 2000

EditorTim Jenkinson

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This second edition of Readings in Macroeconomics presents a revised and updated selection of the most significant papers in macroeconomics, published by the acclaimed journal the Oxford Review of Economic Policy. The selected articles combine a high standard of analysis with non-technicalwriting, and are written by international experts in economic policy. Edited by Dr Tim Jenkinson, managing editor at OREP and a Fellow at Oxford University, the book includes material on: fiscal policy, exchange rates and monetary policy consumption and the balance of payments inflation and unemployment growth and productivity This breadth of coverage makes the book an ideal course companion for second and third year macroeconomics students. A companion volume in Microeconomics is also available.

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This second edition of Readings in Macroeconomics presents a revised and updated selection of the most significant papers in macroeconomics, published by the acclaimed journal the Oxford Review of Economic Policy. The selected articles combine a high standard of analysis with non-technicalwriting, and are written by international exper...

Tim Jenkinson is Managing Editor of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy and is Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Keble College, Oxford University.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:October 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Part I: Fiscal and Monetary Policy1. Christopher Allsopp: The Role of Fiscal Policy in the 1990s2. Christopher Allsopp and David Vines: Macroeconomic Policy after EMUPart II: Exchange Rates3. David Begg: Exchange Rates in Theory and Practice4. Barry Eichengreen: European Monetary Unification: A Tour d'Horizon5. Duncan Maclennan, John Muellbauer, and Mark Stephens: Assymetries in Housing and Financial Market Institutions and EMUPart III: Consumption and Investment6. John Muellbauer: Consumer Expenditure7. Christopher Allsopp, Tim Jenkinson, and Terry O'Shaughnessy: Does the Balance of Payments Matter?8. Stephen Bond and Tim Jenkinson: Investment Performance and PolicyPart IV: Unemployment and Inflation9. Assar Lindbeck and Dennis Snower: Explanations of Unemployment10. Andrew Glyn: Unemployment and Inequality11. Richard Freeman: The Limits of Wage Flexibility to Curing Unemployment12. Tim Jenkinson: Inflation PolicyPart V: Economic Growth13. Andrea Boltho and Gerald Holtham: New Approaches to Economic Growth14. Frederick van der Ploeg and Paul Tang: The Macroeconomics of Growth15. Nick Crafts: 'Post-neoclassical Endogenous Growth Theory': What are its Policy Implications?