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How do national policies affect long-run growth?

a research agenda

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Developing countries -- Economic policy -- Case studies,
    • Developing countries -- Economic conditions -- Case studies

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 46-58).

      StatementWilliam Easterly ... [et al.].
      SeriesWorld Bank discussion papers,, 164
      ContributionsEasterly, William Russell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC59.7 .H685 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 58 p. :
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1710923M
      ISBN 100821321218
      LC Control Number92012849

      There are two important aspects to take into account while analysing fiscal policy effects on economic growth. First, it should be made clear whether Keynesian short-run or classical long-run Author: Kalle Kukk. In a second quantitative exercise, we evaluated the absolute magnitude of both the long-run and medium-term impact on the macroeconomy of innovation policies after putting some concrete figures into our model, giving it further realism by providing reasonable values for parameters such as the GDP growth rate, interest rate and capital depreciation.

      It's too politicized, it targets spending (uneven effects), and through the "crowding-out effect" it can discourage investment and long-run growth.-Monetarist policy has more evenly distributed effects and lowers interest rates, increasing investment & long-run economic growth. Macroeconomic Policy and Long-Run Growth J. Bradford De Long Lawrence H. Summers The long-run trend of productivity growth is the sole important determinant of the evolution of living standards. The current recession has seen as large a fall in American consumption per capita as any post-World War I1 recession-a year-over-year decline of about

      Its currency, therefore, appreciates because it can do so without injuring exports. If a country’s productivity lags that of other countries, by contrast, its currency will depreciate. Of course, this is all ceteris paribus. Figure "Determinants of exchange rates in the long run" summarizes the discussion. This, in turn, diminishes economic growth and future national income. Also, larger expected budget deficits tend to push up long-run interest rates, which restrain investment and weaken net exports by pushing up the value of the dollar—effects that will undo part or all of the direct stimulative effects of lower taxes or higher government.


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Economic growth will be related to policies that affect the incentive to invest and the efficient use of capital and intermediate inputs.

Such a framework can be used to consider which policies affect the long-run growth rate rather than affecting simply the level of income once and for all. Policy, Research, and External Affairs Macroeconomic Adjustment and Growth WPS This paper -a product of the Macroeconomic Adjustment and Growth Division, Country Economics Department -is paln ol a larger effort in PRE to assess the effecL of national policies on long-run growth.

This research was funded by the World Bank's Research Support Budget under research project "Do. Such a framework can be used to consider which policies affect the long-run growth rate rather than affecting simply the level of income once and for all. Discover the world's research 16+ million.

How do national policies affect long-run growth. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Easterly. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Downloadable. The authors suggest that there are important opportunities to empirically evaluate the theoretically predicted channels from policy to growth. They propose a research agenda based on the endogenous How do national policies affect long-run growth? book literature, designed to address the questions: How do national policies affect long-run growth.

Which policies strongly affect long-run growth. The authors suggest that there are important opportunities to empirically evaluate the theoretically predicted channels from policy to growth. They propose a research agenda based on the endogenous growth literature, designed to address the questions: How do national policies affect long-run growth.

Which policies strongly affect long-run growth. Thus, a country’s growth can be broken down by accounting for what percentage of economic growth comes from capital, labor and technology. It has been shown, both theoretically and empirically, that technological progress is the main driver of long-run growth.

We conclude that: (i) there are few, if any, feasible policies available that have a significant effect on long run growth rates, and; (ii) any policies that can raise national growth rates must be international in scope.

The results therefore have bleak implications for the ability. The long-run effects of monetary policy on output growth Christie Smith,1 Economics Department This article looks at how interest rates and inflation affect growth in the capital stock, labour supply, and technology, the main determinants of long-run economic growth.

Many additional factors affect long-run economic growth, butFile Size: KB. His most well-known publication, "Long run policy analysis and long run growth" grew out of his dissertation work and focused on the effects of national policies on economic growth. One of his other most widely cited papers also examined the relationship between national policy and economic growth, and was published inentitled "Fiscal Field: Macroeconomics, international finance.

Long-run growth is defined as the sustained rise in the quantity of goods and services that an economy produces. Learning Objectives. Predict how population growth will affect the level of capital per worker.

Economic growth is the increase in the market value of the goods and services that an economy produces over time. It is measured as the. Finance, Financial Sector Policies, and Long-Run Growth. Asli Demirgüç-Kunt World Bank.

Ross Levine Brown University and the NBER. March Abstract: In this paper, we review research on (1) the relation between finance and growth and (2) the policy and institutional determinants of Cited by: The two policies the government can employ to influence economic growth and inflation are MONETARY and FISCAL policy.

Monetary policy: Change the interest rate and affecting the supply of money (e.g. through quantitative easing). Increased growth and a higher standard of living in the long run often are cited by political leaders as primary policy goals.

We will take a closer look at government policies that may be useful in raising a country’s long run standard of living whether changing the form of government – democratic or nondemocratic – affects the long run growth rate of an economy.

Policies that affect the incentive to work, capital accumulation, and technological change are primarily relevant to: the long run growth framework Which of the following countries, or groups of countries, has grown at the fastest rate in the last twenty years.

We assess the long-run growth effects of public policies to business R&D using data for US manufacturing industries and taking Schumpeterian growth theory as guideline.

The main result of this analysis is that the relationship between long-run growth and uncertainty (on the productivity of knowledge creation) depends on two main factors - the returns to scale in. major and interconnected areas relevant to the formulation of national development strategies: macroeconomic and growth policies, trade policy, investment and technology policies, financial policies, social policy and state-owned enterprise reform.

The preparation of the notes received generous funding in File Size: KB. have only very fragile associations with long-run growth. 10 For example, LLY is greater than one in Japan, Malta, and Switzerland, while TRD is greater than in Hong Kong, Luxembourg, and Malta.

Bartik, Timothy J. Who Benefits from State and Local Economic Development Policies?. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. This title is brought to you by the Upjohn Institute. For more information, please contact [email protected] Masthead Logo Link.

Masthead Logo Link Cited by: Promoting Economic Growth. One of the goals of the government is to promote the long-run growth of the economy. To do this, they can adopt various policies.This book has been prepared for the Commission on Growth and Development to evaluate the state of knowledge on the relationship between leadership and economic growth.

It does not pretend to provide all the answers, but does review the evidence, identify insights and offers examples of leaders making decisions and acting in ways that enhance.