6 edition of Empirical macroeconomics for interdependent economies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||Ralph C. Bryant ... [et al.] editors.|
|Contributions||Bryant, Ralph C., 1938-, Brookings Institution.|
|LC Classifications||HD75.5 .E5 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||87034156|
Empirical Macroeconomics for Interdependent Economies. Edited by RALPH BRYANT et al. (Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution, I Pp. xvii+? hardback. ISBN 0 9). This book, in two volumes, arose out of a worldwide cooperative research project sponsored by the Brookings Institution during I The idea was to. I nternational macroeconomics is devoted to the study of large-scale economic interactions among interdependent economies. It is international because a deeper exploration of the interconnections among nations is essential to understanding how the global economy works. It is macroeconomic because it focuses on key economy-wide variables, such as exchange rates, prices, interest rates, income Author: Lamadre.
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capacity and inflationary dynamics on the other hand are mutually interdependent. Furthermore, this interdependency is influenced.
The Brookings Institution. Designation of Two Volumes of Empirical Macroeconomics for Interdependent Economies by the Professional Empirical Macroeconomics for Interdependent. Hughes Hallett, A. (c) ‘Robust Policy Regimes for Interdependent Economies: A New Argument for Coordinating Economic Policies’, Discussion Paper NoCentre for Economic Policy Research, London.
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The Treatment of Expectations in Large Multicountry Models Empirical Macroeconomics for Interdependent Economies Taylor, J. B. edited by Bryant, R. The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC. –; Comments on 'A Method for Determining Whether Parameters in Aggregative Models are Structural' Taylor, J.
B. –The Methodology of Empirical Macroeconomics. The Methodology of Empirical Macroeconomics stakes out a pragmatic middle ground between traditional, prescriptive economic methodol- ogy and recent descriptive (sociological or rhetorical) former is sometimes seen as arrogantly telling economists how to do their work and the latter as irrelevant to.“The Treatment of Expectations in Large Multicountry Models,” in R.
Bryant et al. (Eds.) Empirical Macroeconomics for Interdependent Economies, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC,pp. pdf “Wage Determination and Monetary Policy,” prepared for Academic Consultants Meeting, Federal Reserve Board, pdf.