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Political business cycles

D. Garratt

Political business cycles

a literature survey

by D. Garratt

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Published by Public Sector Economics Research Centre in Leicester .
Written in English


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Statementby D. Garratt, P.M. Jackson.
SeriesDiscussion papers in public sector economics / University of Leicester, Public Sector Economics Research Centre -- no.96/2
ContributionsJackson, P. M., University of Leicester. Public Sector Economics ResearchCentre.
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Open LibraryOL13843660M

Chapter pages in book: (p. 20 - 76) 2 Recent Work on Business Cycles in Historical Perspective business cycles, then with the newer equilibrium models with price misper­ the early mathematical models and the more recent theories of the "political business cycle".receive little attention in the present paper; monographs surveying this Cited by: Downloadable! This paper uses a DSGE model with political-regime-dependent fiscal and monetary policies so as to examine political-business cycles in an emerging market such as Brazil under three different regimes – an "opportunistic regime" and "two partisan ones". The former regime seeks to identify whether within the period of seven quarters prior to the elections, the government Author: Celso José Costa Junior, Alejandro C. García Cintado, Manuel Alejandro Hidalgo Pérez.

  This paper considers whether political business cycles existed in East European accession countries during the period Based on the Mundell-Fleming model expanded in Clark and Hallerberg (), we argue that the type of exchange rate regime and the relative independence of the central bank affects the instruments governments use to influence the economy before by: Business Cycles and Depressions: An Encyclopedia includes original articles on every major aspect of business cycles, fluctuations, financial crises, recessions, and depressions. The articles, which range from macroeconomic theory to econometrics to the historical record, .

The Political Business Cycle after 25 Years 1. Introduction A quarter of a century has passed since the initial outburst of formal theoretical and empirical work on political business cycles, that is, on political determinants of macroeconomic cycles. On the empirical side, there was Kramer's () influential study of economic determinants of. of a unified explanation of business cycles, grounded in the general laws governing market economies, rather than in political or institutional character- istics specific to particular countries or periods. I have omitted the behavior of foreign trade statistics from the aboveCited by:


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