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Effects of OECD Macroeconomic Policies on Non-Oil Developing Countries

Rudiger Dornbusch

Effects of OECD Macroeconomic Policies on Non-Oil Developing Countries

A Review (World Bank Staff Working Papers)

by Rudiger Dornbusch

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Published by World Bank Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11416147M
    ISBN 100821307045
    ISBN 109780821307045

      The effects of health on development are clear. Countries with weak health and education conditions find it harder to achieve sustained growth. Indeed, economic evidence confirms that a 10% improvement in life expectancy at birth is associated with a rise in economic growth of some percentage points a year. collapsed. Unemployment in OECD countries has surged, while in countries without social security schemes, the downturn has threatened to push millions into poverty. Many – but by no means all – developing and emerging economies felt the deleterious effects of the US recession by the end of The typical outcome was a growth deceleration.

      These countries have a high tax rate. But they use the revenues to invest in the long-term building blocks of economic growth. Riane Eisler's book, “The Real Wealth of Nations,” proposes changes to the U.S. economic system by giving value to activities at the individual, societal, and environmental levels. industrialized countries to developing countries have positive effects on the TFP growth of the latter (Coe, Helpman and Hoffmaister (); Griffith, Redding and Reenen ()). In a more recent study Savvides and Zachariadis () show that both domestic R&D and foreign direct investment increase the domestic productivity and value added growth.

    macroeconomic, social and labour market policies; see OECD, ) is generally expected to result in improved allocation of resources and to bring benefits to countries implementing the reform as well as to their commercial partners. 2. Developing countries that currently tend to maintain higher and more dispersed tariff barriers are. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Jan _____ English - Or. English TRADE AND AGRICULTURE DIRECTORATE TRADE COMMITTEE Working Party of the Trade Committee TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND THE ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE STRENGTHENING OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OECD Trade Policy .


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Effects of OECD Macroeconomic Policies on Non-Oil Developing Countries by Rudiger Dornbusch Download PDF EPUB FB2

See More + The effects of OECD macroeconomic policies on non-oil developing countries are analyzed by examining the well-known theoretical channels of interdependence and some of the available empirical evidence.

The current concern with international linkages-which is attributed to the debt crisis of the late s-has a short-term by: 4. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dornbusch, Rudiger.

Effects of OECD macroeconomic policies on non-oil developing countries. Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Impact of Changes in Tariffs on Developing Countries' Government Revenue JEL: E Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics / Macroeconomic Policy, Macroeconomic Aspects of Public Finance, and General Outlook / Policy Objectives; (OECD) featuring its books, papers and statistics and is the knowledge base of OECD's analysis and by: The OECD Economic Policy Papers series is designed to make available selected studies on structural and macro-economic policy issues of current interest.

The Papers are produced in the context of the work carried out on the two regular OECD titles, OECD Economic Outlook and Going for Growth. ―Improving the effectiveness of developing countries‘ tax systems is the n economic crisis (with from ew frontier in development policy‖.

(OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría - April ) A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Taxation is central to the current economic development agenda. It provides a stable flowFile Size: KB. developing countries. It is the responsibility of the host countries to put in place a transparent, broad and enabling investment policy environment and to reinforce OECD's books, periodicals and issue, by focusing on the overall effect of FDI on macro-economic.

This result is in line with the findings in Ulaşan () on Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and non-OECD countries. While the first regression considers only trade openness effects, we then examine the influence of several structural country characteristics in the trade–growth relationship.

globalization and economic growth. The beneficial effects of financial globalization are more likely to be detected when the developing countries have a certain amount of absorptive capacity.

Preliminary evidence also supports the view that, in addition to sound macroeconomic policies, improved governance and institutions have an impor. This paper analyzes the effects of foreign aid on the economic growth of developing countries.

The study uses annual data on a group of 85 developing countries covering Asia, Africa, and Latin. ow Immigrants Contribute to Developing Countries’ Economies is the fruit of the joint OECD- ILO project, Assessing the Economic Contribution of Labour Migration in Developing Countries as Countries of Destination m), carried-out in ten (ECL low- and middle-income countries.

This paper analyzes the effects of foreign aid on the economic growth of developing countries. The study uses annual data on a group of 85 developing countries covering Asia, Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean for the period The hypothesis that foreign aid can promote growth in developing countries was explored.

Growth-Oriented Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Outcomes. Since the emphasis of this pamphlet is on the role of macroeconomic policy in supporting a country’s poverty reduction strategy, the discussion of macroeconomic policies in this section focuses on countries that have broadly achieved macroeconomic stability.

Arusha () tested the role of governance on economic growth for 71 developed, developing and transition countries between and He demonstrated that countries with high governance grow faster compared with those with weak governance.

An important determinant in the literature is the state institutional framework. In this book, two highly eminent scholars and former central bankers, Dr A. Vasudevan and Dr Partha Ray, with very rich and prolonged experience in the analysis and formulation of the various dimensions of macroeconomic policy in India and elsewhere, attempt a truly credible and readable narrative of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies for financial stability in emerging developing.

School policy in developing countries should consider enhancing both basic and advanced skills. Keywords: economic development, economic impact, demand for schooling 2 Economic Growth in Developing Countries: The Role of Human Capital Eric Hanushek Stanford University The role of improved schooling has been a central part of the development.

TAXATION & DEVELOPING COUNTRIES- Training notes 3 Contributors and authors featured Francesca Bastagli is research fellow in social protection at the Overseas Development Institute; David Coady is deputy division chief of the Expenditure Policy Division at the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF); Sanjeev Gupta is deputy director of the Fiscal Affairs Department.

The world financial crisis of and the subsequent recession have dominated the thoughts and minds of the OECD economic leaders for these past four years. In developing countries, as many as million hectares of land—an area the size of western Europe—has been sold or leased sincemostly to international investors, often.

The Macroeconomic Effects of the Recent Fall in Oil Prices John A. Tatom ETWEENthe end of and the second quarter United States and other countries. While the theory indicates symmetric effects, several arguments sug- monetaryand fiscal policy effects could have an impact on them. “These data, updated and revised from the original.

Non-oil-producing developing countries. to evaluate the economic effects of widespread infectious economy is vital to formulate the policy and measures to contain this economic impact. This study examines the effect of aid on economic growth and corruption in developing countries.

Using panel data from 67 countries fromin two fixed effect models, the study finds that, after controlling for other factors, aid has no positive effect on economic growth. However, it finds that aid is positively related to corruption. Economic Performance before and after an Improvement in Labor Standards.

18 Relationship between Core Labor Standards and International Trade: Evidence from OECD and Non-OECD Countries.

21 The Economic Costs and Benefits of the Centralization.Abstract The general economic impact of OPEC oil price increases is examined, in particular their economic impact on the non-OPEC less-developed countries. It is estimated that the negative effect on the terms of trade has been on the order of 10% or less for both industrialized countries and LDCs.Family-oriented policies – such as parental leave, childcare support, and flexible work arrangements – are in place in all high-income countries, as well as several developing countries.

This column assesses the labour market impacts of these policies, based on a review of the literature and data on 30 OECD countries over 45 years. While there is no clear consensus, a general.