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Macroeconomic Policies for Emerging and Developing Economies / A. Vasudevan and Partha Ray.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher: Abingdon, England : Routledge, 2024Copyright date: ©2024Edition: Second editionDescription: 1 online resource (197 pages) : illustrationsContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781003810896
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • HC59.7 .V378 2024
Contents:
The starters -- Development strategy: the fountainhead of macroeconomic policies -- Fiscal policy: no longer the big brother -- Monetary policy: the black box of complexities -- Exchange rate and openness: the world is one! -- Financial stability: a belated recognition of the "core" -- The desserts.
Summary: This book examines the relevance of the concepts and hypotheses of macroeconomics in the contemporary world. It discusses the current debates on theory and practices of macroeconomic policies with a focus on developing economies emerging from the impact of Covid-19 pandemic. The volume advocates for a symbiotic relationship between macroeconomic policies and development strategies. It analyses several issues related to macroeconomic tools, which include openness, capital flows, exchange rate and financial strategies. It underscores the need to design a development strategy that accounts for the economic context of the countries concerned. Further, the book advocates for well-regulated macrofinancial policies promoting sustainable growth. It also provides recommendations to policy makers on formulating a sound and inclusive macroeconomic policy essential for financial stability. This book will be of interest to students and researchers of macroeconomics, public administration, development studies, management and policymaking. It will also be useful to economists, policymakers and journalists working on emerging and developing economies.
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Includes index.

The starters -- Development strategy: the fountainhead of macroeconomic policies -- Fiscal policy: no longer the big brother -- Monetary policy: the black box of complexities -- Exchange rate and openness: the world is one! -- Financial stability: a belated recognition of the "core" -- The desserts.

This book examines the relevance of the concepts and hypotheses of macroeconomics in the contemporary world. It discusses the current debates on theory and practices of macroeconomic policies with a focus on developing economies emerging from the impact of Covid-19 pandemic. The volume advocates for a symbiotic relationship between macroeconomic policies and development strategies. It analyses several issues related to macroeconomic tools, which include openness, capital flows, exchange rate and financial strategies. It underscores the need to design a development strategy that accounts for the economic context of the countries concerned. Further, the book advocates for well-regulated macrofinancial policies promoting sustainable growth. It also provides recommendations to policy makers on formulating a sound and inclusive macroeconomic policy essential for financial stability. This book will be of interest to students and researchers of macroeconomics, public administration, development studies, management and policymaking. It will also be useful to economists, policymakers and journalists working on emerging and developing economies.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.

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