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Macroeconomic Management; Applications and Theory edited by Mohsin S. Khan, Saleh M. Nsouli and Chorng- Huey. 2002. X + 350 pp.

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Macroeconomic Management; Applications and Theory edited by Mohsin S. Khan, Saleh M. Nsouli and Chorng- Huey. 2002. X + 350 pp.

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In the Study of macroeconomic management, the concepts of macroeconomics, microeconomics and fiscal policy are introduced. The main focus of the book is on macro-economic issues, including effective government policies, exchange rates, price stability, structural unemployment, output gaps, international trade, currency depreciation, foreign direct investment (FDI), globalization, international monetary system, and domestic monetary policy. Microeconomics studies the behavior of specific firms in a nation-wide context. Fiscal policy deals with budget deficits and other monetary instruments. The concepts of macroeconomics, microeconomics, and fiscal policy are interrelated and this book provides an in-depth analysis of all these topics, with detailed prescriptions concerning the optimal level of fiscal policy.

The main focus of the book is on exploring the relationship between fiscal policy, inflation, output gap, economic growth, financial system, output gaps, international trade, currency depreciation, foreign direct investment, international monetary system, and domestic monetary policy. The book also discusses the role of bank policy, central bank policy, credit policy, open market operations, fiscal policy, money supply, balance of payments, and interest rates on the exchange rate policies. The paper discusses various models used in macroeconomic management.

The main features of the book include: a description of the macro-economic framework; a description of macroeconomic management issues; a detailed analysis of selected indicators used in macroeconomic management; a comparison of selected indicators used in managing float exchange rate policy; and finally, a discussion of the state council's view of the meaning of the current account balance. The state council recommended that a future inflation strategy should be developed that takes into account the impact of recent trends on the rate of inflation. It also recommended that an emphasis be placed on maintaining a flexible rate of interest, with accommodative measures taken to keep the equilibrium between inflation and unemployment. The state council also recommended the adoption of a balanced scorecard approach and recommended that a future inflation strategy should be developed which takes into account the outlook for growth of capacity and balance of payment resources.

A further contribution of the book is the consideration of the state of balance of payments. The importance of the state of balance of payments has been discussed in previous studies, but the present study provides a more detailed description of the inter-relation of fiscal policy, the state of balance of payments, and macroeconomic variables. The analysis presented here shows that the state of balance of payments is closely associated with the stance of fiscal policy, economic growth, employment, inflation, deflation, foreign direct investment, balance of trade, free trade protection, and openness to trade. The implications of the results are that fiscal policy . . . . . . may need to be rethought, and that the role of the state of balance of payments in macroeconomic decision making is too narrow. On the other hand, the results imply that fiscal policy is needed to be more intrusive in addressing concerns over the welfare of the public and in encouraging private spending.

The last chapter of the report discusses the role of fiscal policy in addressing concerns over the welfare of the public. It is found that recent increases in expenditure are not proportionate to increases in income. The analysis indicates that the public Sector has not been able to cushion itself from the effects of recent global economic recession. In fact, the present budgeting measures are not enough to protect the living standards of the public, as they are lagging behind in terms of income growth. However, the detailed analysis indicates that a move away from current policies of fiscal tightening and loosening might have adverse implications on public finances and contribute to a deeper recession.

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