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Всего статей в данном разделе : 7

Опубликовано на портале: 03-12-2007
Michael Grimm, Kenneth Harttgen, Stephan Klasen, Mark Misselhorn University of G¨ottingen, Department of Economics: Research Paper. 2007. 
One of the most frequent critiques of the HDI is that is does not take into account inequality within countries. We suggest a relatively easy and intuitive approach which allows to compute the three components and the overall HDI for quintiles of the income distribution. This allows comparisons of the level in human development of the poor and non-poor within and across countries. An empirical illustration shows large discrepancies in human development within countries especially in Africa. These discrepancies are lower the higher the HDI, but only weekly so. Inequality in income is generally higher than inequality in education and life-expectancy.
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Опубликовано на портале: 15-11-2004
Peter L. Rousseau, Richard Sylla NBER Working Paper Series. 2001.  w8323.
This paper brings together two strands of the economic literature -- that on the finance-growth nexus and that on capital market integration -- and explores key issues surrounding each strand through both institutional/country histories and formal quantitative analysis. We begin with studies of the Dutch Republic, England, the U.S., France, Germany and Japan that span three centuries, detailing how in each case the emergence of a financial system jump-started economic growth. Using a cross-country panel of seventeen countries covering the 1850-1997 period, we then uncover a robust correlation between financial factors and economic growth that is consistent with a leading role for finance, and show that these effects were strongest over the 80 years preceding the Great Depression. Next, we show that countries with more sophisticated financial systems engage in more trade and appear to be better integrated with other economies by identifying roles for both finance and trade in the convergence of interest rates that occurred among the Atlantic economies prior to 1914. Our results suggest that the growth and increasing globalization of these economies might indeed have been 'finance-led.'
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Опубликовано на портале: 24-12-2007
Michael Grimm, Stephan Klasen Proceedings of the German Development Economics Conference, Güttingen 2007. 2007.  No. 9.
There is well-known debate about the respective role of geography versus institutions in explaining the long term development of countries. These debates have usually been based on cross country regressions where questions about parameter heterogeneity, unobserved heterogeneity, and endogeneity cannot easily be controlled for. The innovation of Acemoglu, Johnson and Robinson (2001) was to address this last point by using settler morality as an instrument for endegenous institutions and found that this supported their line of reasoning. We believe there is value-added to consider this debate at the micro level within a country as particularly questions of parameter heterogeneity and unobserved heterogeneity are likely to be smaller than between countries. Hence, we examine the determinants of agricultural growth across villages on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi and find technology adoption to play a crucial role. We show that geography through its effects on migration and institutions is a valid instrument to establish the causal links between institutions and technology adoption as well as technology and agricultural growth.
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Опубликовано на портале: 27-10-2004
Basil M. H. Sharp Treasury Working Papers. 2002.  No. 02/20.
Economic theory provides a coherent framework for analysing the elements of growth and sustainable development. Robust policies and appropriate institutional structures are essential to achieving sustainable development. Environmental problems are rooted in failed markets and their resolution requires government taking some kind of action – to establish property rights, set standards of liability, apply polluter pays taxes, or regulate. There is ample evidence showing that market based instruments can achieve the same environmental outcome at considerably less cost relative to command and control. Rational policy must seriously consider the use of market-based instruments. A framework for considering the quality of institutional structures vis-à-vis achieving sustainable development is presented. The framework is applied to aspects of the Resource Management Act 1991. Although the Act aims to promote sustainable management it is the primary legal foundation for sustainable development policy. One result of the Act was to devolve a great deal of environmental management and policy to local government. To a limited extent the Act is permissive and creates opportunities for local and regional government to find effective and efficient ways of achieving environmental outcomes that suit their communities. There is a clear preference for command and control in situations where statute provides a legal framework for market based instruments. But the options for using market-based instruments are limited. There are instances where attempts by regional administrators to implement market-based instruments are thwarted either by statute or by coordination difficulties at higher levels of government. Barriers to using market-based instruments are identified along with suggestions for institutional reform.
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Опубликовано на портале: 03-12-2007
Lev Ratnovski, Aditya Narain IMF ,Working Paper. 2007.  No. 07/227.
While public financial institutions (such as public development banks) are commonly associated with developing countries, in fact they are prevalent in the developed world as well. We study a sample of public financial institutions in industrialized countries and identify dominant trends in their organization and oversight. While practices in developed countries may be a useful reference point, a more nuanced approach, accounting for the disparity of institutional environment, regulatory capacity, and government accountability and effectiveness, may be required in developing countries. Further investment in the accumulation of evidence and formulation of best practices in the organization and oversight of public financial institutions seems warranted and necessary. This paper was prepared while Mr. Ratnovski was working in the Financial Supervision and Regulation Division during January-April 2006. The authors are grateful to Jonathan Fiechter, David Marston, and participants of an MCM seminar in April 2006 for their helpful comments.
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Опубликовано на портале: 15-11-2004
Louis K.C. Chan, Jason Karceski, Josef Lakonishok NBER Working Paper Series. 2001.  w8282.
Expected long-term earnings growth rates are crucial inputs to valuation models and for cost of capital estimates. We analyze historical long-term growth rates across a broad cross-section of stocks using several operating performance indicators. We test whether growth persists, and whether it is forecastable. Cases of very high growth have occurred, but are relatively rare. There is scant persistence in growth beyond chance, and limited ability to identify firms with high future long- term growth. IBES forecasts are too optimistic, and have low predictive power for long-term growth. Regressions using a variety of predictors confirm the low predictability in growth. Valuations that assume persistently high growth over prolonged periods rest on shaky foundations.
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Опубликовано на портале: 16-03-2005
Игорь Геннадьевич Муравьев
В работе исследуется отклик открытой экономики на внезапный подъем мировых цен , экспортируемого данной страной природного ресурса . В рамках стандартной трехсекторной модели и в предположении сбалансированности внешней торговли приводится анализ изменения уровня цен и общего выпуска экономики . В работе предлагается две модели для изучения отклика экономики на положительный шок в ресурсном секторе . Первая модель построена на предположениях о мгновенном изменении цен и абсолютной мобильности рабочей силы. В рамках второй модели предполагается, что факторы производства фиксированы и цены на услуги медленно меняются. Обе модели дают возможность проанализировать случаи как фиксированного так и плавающего обменных курсов. Основным отличием данной работы от классического подхода в этом направлении является принятие в рассмотрение реальных кассовых остатков в производственных функциях. Показано, что если выпуск ресурсного сектора выступает как экзогенный параметр модели, то выпуск производства в новом равновесии однозначно уменьшается после внезапного увеличения мировых цен на экспортируемый ресурс. При этом изменение номинальных переменных – обменного курса и цен на услуги – может иметь довольно сложный характер и, в частности, зависит от выбора индекса цен. В работе также исследуется влияние изменения объема денежной массы на поведение цен и выпусков товаров.
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