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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

From crisis to growth?

The challenge of debt and imbalances

"Schriftenreihe des Forschungsnetzwerk Makroökonomie und Makropolitik (FMM)"  · Band 15

488 Seiten ·  34,80 EUR (inklusive MwSt. und Versand)
ISBN 978-3-89518-942-5 (September 2012 )

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Although the causes of the crisis are multifaceted, including a lack of financial market regulation, rising income inequality and global current account imbalances, the current policy debates are dominated by a narrow focus on the so-called public debt crisis in many countries. Judging by the quality of these debates, it would even seem that many politicians see the high public debt levels as the main cause of the crisis, when in fact they are largely a consequence of it. By contrast, the deeper origins of the crisis are still not being properly addressed. The contributions collected in the present book are united by the objective to analyse the issue of public debt in the larger context of macroeconomic and social imbalances.

  • A.K. Dutt: Growth, distribution and crises
  • M. Setterfield: Real sector imbalances and the Great Recession
  • S. Dullien, H. Herr, C. Kellermann: Towards a social and sustainable growth model
  • P. Arestis, E. Karakitsos: Economic policy implications of the 'Great Recession'
  • R. Wray: Imbalances? What imbalances?
  • C. Thomasberger: Economic imbalances, capitalism and democracy
  • T. Palley: Explaining global financial imbalances
  • P. Davidson: The Keynes solution for preventing global imbalances
  • X. Liu: FDI in China: A sovereign money perspective
  • A.M. Cunha, D.M. Prates, F. Ferrari-Filho: Can the Brazilian countercyclical policies adopted in 2008-09 be considered Keynesian?
  • S. Sen: Managing global financial flows at cost of national autonomy: China and India
  • M. Sawyer: The contradictions of balanced structural government budgets
  • C. Mathieu, H. Sterdyniak: Do we need fiscal rules?
  • P. Leão: How to make discretionary fiscal policy counter-cyclical
  • J. Priewe: European imbalances and the crisis of the European Monetary Union
  • G. Semieniuk, A. Truger, T. van Treeck: Towards reducing economic imbalances in the euro area?
  • J. Ferreiro, F. Serrano: The fiscal policy in Spain
  • Y. Monogios: The "Tax-gap" perspective of fiscal sustainability in the post-2008 crisis period in Greece
  • J. Mota, L. Lopes, M. Antunes: The Portuguese economy at the crossroads of the euro and globalization

the editors
Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Herr
Hansjörg Herr seit 1994 Profesor an der FHW Berlin. [weitere Titel]
Prof. Dr. Torsten Niechoj
Torsten Niechoj Professor für Volkswirtschaftslehre und Politikwissenschaft an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal, Fakultät Kommunikation und Umwelt. Zuvor: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Makroökonomie und Konjunkturforschung (IMK) in der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung. [weitere Titel]
Prof. i.R. Dr. Claus Thomasberger
Claus Thomasberger geb. 1952, ist pensionierter Professor an der Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) in Berlin. [weitere Titel]
Prof. Dr. Achim Truger
Achim Truger Professor at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, Department of Business and Economics. former Senior Researcher at the Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK) in the Hans Boeckler Foundation, Duesseldorf, Germany. [weitere Titel]
Prof. Dr. Till van Treeck
Till van Treeck ist Professor für Sozialökonomie an der Universität Duisburg- Essen. Er ist Mitglied der Koordinierungsgruppe des Forschungsnetzwerks Makroökonomie und Makropolitik (FMM) und der Redaktion des European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies (EJEEP). Seine Forschungsinteressen sind Einkommensverteilung, makroökonomische Theorie und Wirtschaftspolitik [weitere Titel]
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