2 edition of Expansionary fiscal contraction in an overlapping generations economy found in the catalog.
Expansionary fiscal contraction in an overlapping generations economy
Frank G. Barry
by University College Dublin, Department of Economics in Dublin
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p18).
|Statement||by Frank Barry and Michael Devereux.|
|Series||Working paper series (University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research) -- WP96/12, Working paper series (University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research) -- WP96/12.|
|Contributions||Devereux, Michael., University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
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In economics and political science, fiscal policy is the use of government revenue collection (taxes or tax cuts) and expenditure (spending) to influence a country's economy.
The use of government revenues and expenditures to influence macroeconomic variables developed as a result of the Great Depression, when the previous laissez-faire approach to economic management became unpopular. This effect was called expansionary fiscal contraction and was the reason of the broad research under the non-Keynesian effects of fiscal policy (Giavazzi and Pagano ; Barry and Deveraux In Praise of Expansionary Fiscal Contraction.
withdraw demand from an economy. Those Keynesian economists who believe that fiscal policy is the most powerful single influence on changes in. Expansionary Fiscal Contraction in an Overlapping Generations Economy, Journal Article,On Comparative and Absolute Advantage: FDI and the Structural and Spatial Effects of Market Integration, Journal Article, Expansionary Fiscal Contraction in an Overlapping Generations Economy, Journal Article,Team Aer Lingus and Irish Steel: An application of the declining high-wage industries literature, Irish Journal of Management, Journal Article, Downloadable.
Author(s): Barro, Robert J. Abstract: The assumption that government bonds are perceived as net wealth by the private sector is crucial in demonstrating real effects of shifts in the stock of public debt.
In particular, the standard effects of "expansionary" fiscal policy on aggregate demand hinge on this assumption. Anton Braun of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and USC Professor Douglas Joines conducted analysis using an overlapping generations (OLG) model with two different generations, i.e., working people and retired people, and suggested that Japan needs to raise the consumption tax rate to 33% in to achieve fiscal sustainability (working.
When an expansionary fiscal policy has no effect on income, complete crowding out has occurred. Crowding out means that the positive effect on income is offset by a reduction of income from another factor.
For example, when the economy moves from e to e′ the investment spending will be reduced. This will partially crowd out the positive. Central Bank. Ministry of Finance. Ensures external balance. Ensures internal balance.
Uses monetary instruments: the money supply M and the interest rate d. Uses fiscal tools: taxes T and government spending G. With a positive balance of payments (BP & gt; 0), the interest rate decreases (r ↓) With increasing unemployment, public spending increases (G ↑).
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Tighter fiscal rules imply a higher value for the index. We also make use of the Bernoth and Wolff () ‘Audit’ index for fiscal transparency. It is based on whether the fiscal book keeping of the governments is externally audited, the degree of independence of the auditing and the extent to which the obtained information is disseminated Cited by: 8.
Author(s): Robert J. Barro. Abstract: Persistent budget deficits have increased economists' interest in theories and evidence about fiscal policy. This paper develops the Ricardian approach and contrasts it with standard models.
The discussion considers from major theoretical objections to Ricardian equivalence - finite lifetimes, imperfect capital markets, uncertainty about future taxes. The contrast between the upper right and lower right-hand panels of Fig.
2 suggest that expansionary monetary policy can offset the effects of a fiscal contraction, but expansionary monetary policy also offset fiscal policy׳s disinflationary effects as well.
If all you want to Cited by: The Baseline Open Economy Model We study an economy similar to that used for the closed economy. IS and LM conditions as before, but also incorporate: 1 international trade/current account 2 capital account (balance of payments) and capital controls 3 Real (and nominal) exchange rate Dudley Cooke (Trinity College Dublin) Mundell-Fleming Model 5.
In English, the current stock of public bonds outstanding at the end of Year 1 (B 1) equals the stock of bonds carried over from Year 0 (B 0) plus the interest (r) paid on those carried over 0 is the assumed primary budget balance. So only interest payments on debt in Year 0 are adding to the debt in Year 1.
1 Introduction. The past three decades have been eventful for macroeconomic policy. The era has spanned the latter stages of the Great Inflation of the ss; the ensuing Great Moderation, which ran from the early/mids until the outbreak of the Global Financial Crisis in /08; and the Great Recession that has afflicted most western economies since.
More central to the treatment of fiscal policy is the modeling of the household sector and the GIMF allows here both for overlapping generations and a certain share of rule-of-thumb consumers. Monetary policy is the policy adopted by the monetary authority of a country that controls either the interest rate payable on very short-term borrowing or the money supply, often targeting inflation or the interest rate to ensure price stability and general trust in the currency.
Unlike fiscal policy which relies on government to spend its way out of recessions, monetary policy aims to. The Global Integrated Monetary and Fiscal model (GIMF) is a multi-region DSGE model developed by the Economic Modeling Division of the IMF for policy and scenario analysis. This paper compares two versions of GIMF, GIMF with a conventional financial accelerator, where bank balance sheets do not play a prominent role, and GIMF with both a financial accelerator and a fully specified banking.
The world economy reached only subdued growth of per cent in While most de- has adopted expansionary fiscal policy duringoverlapping regulations and restrictive border.
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This point is actually easiest to make if we consider an economy, not with capital, but with land (which can serve as a sort of metaphor for durable capital) - and also if we temporarily depart from the basic setup to consider an overlapping-generations setup, in which each generation works only in its first period of life but consumes only in.