Monetary disinflation, fiscal expansion and the current account in an interdependentworld.
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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.366
ContributionsCentre for Economic Policy Research.
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Monetary disinflation, fiscal expansion and the current account in an interdependent world: Series: CentER Discussion Paper, Author: van der Ploeg, F. Publisher: Tilburg School of Economics and Management: Date issued: Access: Restricted Access: Reference(s) Public Finance, Current Account, Disinflation:Cited by: 5. The transient and steady-state effects of a joint and unilateral monetary disinflation and a fiscal expansion are analysed. The foreign repercussions of monetary and fiscal policy do not affect the home economy, so that the multipliers are the same as for a small open : Frederick van der Ploeg. Monetary disinflation, fiscal expansion and the current account in an interdependent worldAuthor: F. van der Ploeg. Expansionary monetary policy is when a nation's central bank increases the money supply, and this method works faster than fiscal policy. The Federal Reserve can quickly vote to raise or lower the fed funds rates at its regular Federal Open Market Committee meetings, but it may take about six months for the effect to percolate throughout the.

The table in Figure illustrates the fiscal and monetary policy mix used during the US recession in when after a decade of expansion, the growth rate of the US economy slowed. The top row shows that the annual growth rate of real GDP decreased from % to %.   Ploeg, F. Van der, , Monetary disinflation, fiscal expansion and the current account in an interdependent world, Center for Economic Research Discussion Paper no. , Tilburg University. Rogoff, K., , Can international monetary policy cooperation be counterproductive? Journal of International Econom Ploeg, F. van der,Monetary Disinflation, Fiscal Expansion and the Current Account in an Interdependent World, Discussion Paper , CentER for Economic Research, Tilburg University, Google Scholar. In which of the following would there be a greater urgency associated with considering conducting monetary or fiscal policies to promote expansion of the macroeconomy? Assume that Qn is believed to be $11T. Select one: a. Current real output is $11T b. Current real output is $9T c. Current .

Monetary Financing of Fiscal Deficits Nonmonetary Financing of Fiscal Deficits Debt-Trap Episodes and Financial Crises The Role of Fiscal Policy and Central-Bank Independence Conclusions References Notes. 2. Monetary Expansion and Its Influence on Inflation Performance in Transition Economies (Rafal Antczak)   Monetary Policy vs. Fiscal Policy: An Overview. Monetary policy and fiscal policy refer to the two most widely recognized tools used to influence a nation's economic activity. Monetary disinflation, fiscal expansion and the current account in an interdependent world van der Ploeg, F., , CentER, (CentER Discussion Paper; vol. ). Research output: Working paper › Discussion paper › Other research output. 19) An expansionary monetary policy may cause asset prices to rise, thereby reducing the likelihood of financial distress and causing consumer durable and housing expenditures to rise. This monetary transmission mechanism is referred to as A) the household liquidity effect. B) the wealth effect. C) Tobinʹs q theory. D) the cash flow effect.