International Macroeconomics

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 15, 2009 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
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International Macroeconomics provides students with an analytically rigorous introduction to the impact of globalization on macroeconomics.

* Presents an analytically rigorous introduction to the field and uniquely includes optional econometric studies
* Provides a unified macroeconomic model to examine rigorously international macroeconomics and then focuses this model on historic cases, institutions, and specific countries, dealing with various types of macroeconomic crises
* Provides a strong policy orientation by an author who worked for many years at the IMF
* Is supported by a website with extensive solutions for the problem sets, PowerPoint slides, and an update on the 08-09 meltdown

 

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Contents

Foundations
1
Contents
3
Openeconomy Macroeconomic Accounting
17
Macroeconomic Influences on the Foreign Exchange Market
46
1 Properties of Logarithms
80
1 The MarshallLerner Condition
109
The Classical Gold Standard
115
Gold Standard Macroeconomics
129
1 The Asset Market Approach to the Exchange Rate
268
Exchange Rate Dynamics
299
1 Proof that St 1St S St
317
1 The Longrun Floating Rate Model in Loglinear Form
340
Floating Exchange Rates with Shortrun Price Flexibility
346
Choosing an Exchange Rate Regime
372
International Monetary Cooperation
395
G8 Policy Coordination
416

1 The Gold Standard with Zero Capital Mobility
157
Macroeconomics under Soft Pegs and Imperfect
177
1 Alternative Monetary Policy Regimes
202
1 The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments MABP
236
Floating Exchange Rates
239
Monetary Unification
441
The New International Macroeconomics
465
Index
487
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About the author (2009)

Peter J. Montiel is the Farleigh S. Dickinson ’41 Professor of Economics at Williams College, and received his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has served as a Senior Policy Advisor at the International Monetary Fund as well as Chief of the Macroeconomics and Growth Division of the Policy Research Department of the World Bank, and has provided expert counsel to a variety of regional development banks and central banks. He is the author of several books, including Development Macroeconomics, 3rd edition (with Richard Agenor, 2008) and Macroeconomics in Emerging Markets (2nd edition forthcoming), and numerous articles on international macroeconomics.

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