Macroeconomic Policies

The idea of this project is to analyse what kind of macroeconomic policy is most conducive to growth in developing countries and to investigate whether particular fiscal, monetary, and exchange-rate policies have similar effects in developed and developing countries or whether these effects are country specific.The project investigates whether insufficient government spending can lead to a collapse of output, whether independent central banks and low-inflation policies restrict growth, whether flexible monetary policy assists shock response, and whether exchange-rate undervaluation promotes export-oriented growth.


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Experts on topic

Matteo Bonomi
Matteo Bonomi
Independent expert on the EU and the Western Balkans
Vladimir Popov
Vladimir Popov
Research Director in Economics & Political sciences, DOC Research Institute
Domenico Mario Nuti
Domenico Mario Nuti
Professor of Comparative Economic Systems, Faculty of Economics, University of Rome 'La Sapienza'
Akop Gabrielyan
Akop Gabrielyan
PhD student at the Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University
Klemens Witte
Klemens Witte
Research Associate, DOC Research Institute
Andrés Solimano
Andrés Solimano
Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, United Nations University

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