3 edition of macroeconomic model of a developing country endowed with a natural resource found in the catalog.
by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki
Written in English
|Statement||S. Mansoob Murshed|
|Series||Working papers -- no. 165, WIDER working papers -- no. 165|
|Contributions||World Institute for Development Economics Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Macroeconomic model of a developing country endowed with a natural resource. Helsinki: United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors.
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The present paper presents a short-run theoretical macroeconomic model of the type suggested in Sachs (), attempting to differentiate economic development in East Asia with Latin America.
Latin America, when compared to East Asia is said to exhibit a pattern of growth associated with relative natural-resource abundance. The economy in the model that.
A Macroeconomic Model of a Developing Country Endowed with a Natural Resource The present paper presents a short-run theoretical macroeconomic model of the type suggested in Sachs (), attempting to differentiate economic development in East Asia with Latin America.
number of developing countries to use macroeconomic models. See for example Ichimura and Matsumoto () and Uebe () for a list of macroeconometric models for a large number of countries.
The first macroeconomic model for a developing country was constructed by Narasimham () for India under the supervision of Tinbergen. The earliest. MACROECONOMIC POLICY FRAMEWORKS FOR RESOURCE-RICH DEVELOPING COUNTRIES—BACKGROUND PAPER 1 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 5 I.
STYLIZED FACTS A. Stylized Facts in Resource-Rich Developing Countries 1. Many developing countries are endowed with natural resources that could help them achieve their economic development. Short-Run Models of Contrasting Natural Resource Endowments S.
Mansoob Murshed More Working Paper | A Macroeconomic Model of a Developing Country Endowed with a Natural Resource; Part III: Long-Term Perspective on, and Models of, Resource-Based Growth 8.
This paper aims to widen the prism through which Fund policy analysis is conducted for resource-rich developing countries (RRDCs). While all resource-rich economies face resource revenue exhaustibility and volatility, RRDCs face additional challenges, including lack of access to international capital markets and domestic capital scarcity.
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Managing natural resource wealth requires accommodating very large increases in investment, production, exports, and government revenues within the economy of the host country, and setting appropriate macroeconomic policies—especially fiscal, monetary, and exchange-rate policies—both to prevent resource wealth from destabilizing the economy and to ensure that.
They include both theoretical papers on the identification of sustainability measures in optimizing and non-optimizing economies, and empirical applications of the theory of green accounting to different sectors in developing countries.
The extensive introduction surveys the state of the art on natural resource accounting for economic : Hardcover. IMF type macro models for developing countries 8.
A structuralist macros model for developing countries 9. Dualistic models of output and inflation in developing countries Growth, theory and developing country macroeconomics Part 3: Policy Dilemmas faced by Developing Countries An evaluation of the IMF programs in developing countries macroeconomic model using widely accepted developing country speci-fications for the key behavioral relationships wherever possible.
The structural parameters are then estimated as a system. Although, for the reason just explained, the behavioral relationships in our model are conventional, our work differs from existing developing. The Macroeconomic Model Comparison Initiative. The MMB is developed by contributors around the world under the auspices of the Macroeconomic Model Comparison Initiative (MMCI), a joint project of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS) at Goethe University Frankfurt which is supported financially by the Alfred P.
iii Natural resource revenues and macroeconomic policy choices Acknowledgements The Flagship Report ‘Delivering on the promise: Leveraging natural resources to accelerate human development in Africa’ is the work of the AfDB and BMGF and grew from a mutual commitment to seeing natural resource revenues used to further human development outcomes in Africa.
Natural resource abundance and its reliance in terms of exports and national income of any resource-rich country may have positive or negative effect on the macroeconomic performance.
To address the question as to whether natural resource rich countries performed better in terms of economic growth than those with limited resources, the study followed the works of Mankiw et al (), Sala-i-Martin (),Sachs and Warner (), Lederman and Maloney () and Hoeffler () by adopting a Barrow-type () growth model to.
2 Explain some of the main challenges facing developing countries. A country’s supply of natural resources is important.
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