2 edition of Post-war monetary stabilization found in the catalog.
Post-war monetary stabilization
|Other titles||Stabilization, Post-war monetary.|
|Statement||by Gustav Cassel.|
|Series||Columbia University lectures. Julius Beer Foundation|
|LC Classifications||HG255 .C28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 109 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||29001580|
Kregel J.A. () Budget Deficits, Stabilisation Policy and Liquidity Preference: Keynes’s Post-War Policy Proposals. In: Vicarelli F. (eds) Keynes’s Relevance Today. Keynesian by: This derivation is generalized in P. Benigno and M. Woodford, "Optimal Stabilization Policy when Wages and Prices are Sticky: The Case of a Distorted Steady State," NBER Working Paper No. , October , and in J. Faust, A. Orphanides, and D. Riefschneider, eds., Models and Monetary Policy, Federal Reserve Board,
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cassel, Gustav, Post-war monetary stabilization. New York, Columbia University Press, Post-war monetary stabilization.
[Gustav Cassel] -- Studies the war economy to provide a clear analysis of what happened to the world's currencies during and following the war to stabilize. The evolution of economic understanding and postwar stabilization policy (NBER working paper series) [Romer, Christina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The evolution of economic understanding and postwar stabilization policy (NBER working paper series)Author: Christina Romer.
Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio Post-War Monetary Stabilization. Post-War Monetary Stabilization. By Gustav Cassell. pp, Columbia University Press, Purchase.
Get the Magazine. Now available directly from: IIE 11 Dupont Circle, NW Washington, DC Tel: () The wide swings in inflation rates, interest rates, and exchange rates in recent years maybe due at least partly to the failure of national monetary authorities - particularly in the United States, Germany, and Japan - to take adequate account of changes in the international demand for their by: The restoration of monetary stability, achieved between and with a sound, consistent plan, had four essential points.
The first was halting inflation. In the summer of the compulsory reserve mechanism was refined and targeted to the needs of monetary control. WASHINGTON, March 29 -- A full-dress international conference on post-war monetary stabilization to resolve differences between British and American approaches to the.
changes in economic performance. In the s, monetary and fiscal policy were somewhat erratic, but moderate and aimed at low infla-tion.
As a result, inflation was indeed low, and recessions were fre-quent but mild. In the s and s, both monetary policy and fis-cal policy were used aggressively to stimulate and support rapid eco.
Has Fiscal Policy Helped Stabilize the Postwar U.S. Economy. Article in Journal of Monetary Economics 49(4) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: John B.
Jones. Downloadable. A New Keynesian model allowing for an active monetary and passive fiscal policy (AMPF) regime and a passive monetary and active fiscal policy (PMAF) regime is fit to various U.S.
samples from to Data in the pre-Volcker periods strongly prefer an AMPF regime, but the estimation is not very informative about whether the inflation coefficient in the interest rate rule. The United States also recognized during the post-war period the need to restructure international monetary arrangements, spearheading the creation of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank — institutions designed to ensure an open, capitalist international : Mike Moffatt.
In his masterpiece of a new book, Gold: The Monetary Polaris, monetary thinker non-pareil Nathan Lewis explains in brilliant fashion the certain wonders of stable money values Author: John Tamny. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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Post-War Monetary Plans and Other Essays. By John H. Williams. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Pp. xxxii, $ Here is an interesting and timely book whose subject is one of the most impor-tant international economic problems of the day-international monetary sta-bilization.
The volume brings together the writings of one of our leading. “One of the most important expressions of monetary and fiscal thought by economists in the depression was a conference of some of the nation’s leading economists in January,at the University of Chicago, under the aegis of the Institute on Gold and Monetary Stabilization.
The Chicago meeting received wide notice, as well it might. In this section, we use the estimated model to study monetary and fiscal policy effects. Three applications are investigated: the evolution of monetary policy effects in the post-war U.S., the effect of a government spending increase under a PMAF regime, and the expansionary effect of an income tax cut.
The evolution of monetary policy effectsCited by: Michael Woodford, in Handbook of Monetary Economics, 1 Introduction. In this chapter, the question of monetary stabilization policy — the proper monetary policy response to the various types of disturbances to which an economy may be subject — is somewhat artificially distinguished from the question of the optimal long-run inflation target, which is the topic of Chapter 13 in this.
Downloadable (with restrictions). A New Keynesian model allowing for an active monetary and passive fiscal policy (AMPF) regime and a passive monetary and active fiscal policy (PMAF) regime is estimated to fit various U.S. samples from to The results show that data in the pre-Volcker periods strongly prefer an AMPF regime, even with a prior centered in the PMAF region.
A New International Standard for Monetary Stabilization By Ronald I. McKinnon This monograph makes specific proposals for stabilizing exchange rates while bringing joint money growth in the hard-currency countries under better control.
The main objective of the Bretton Woods Conference was to establish a new post-war international monetary order. The relevance of the conference agenda lies in the fact that this conference was very different from the previous monetary arrangements that aimed to bring countries back to a metallic standard following a war.
Post-war monetary stabilization by Cassel, Gustav 2 editions - first published in Not in Library. The world's monetary problems; two memoranda by Cassel Economics, Accessible book, Currency question, Foreign exchange, Protected DAISY Written works: The Nature and Necessity of Interest.The model is estimated with quarterly data f or three samples i n the post-war U.S.: QQ4, QQ2, and QQ4.
The ﬁrst sample has been shown.G. Cassel, Post-War Monetary Stabilization, New York, 'The literature on this type of proposal is scanty. R. G. Hawtrey, The Art of Central Banking, London,pp.recommends a policy of stabilizing money wage rates.