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Applies an errorcorrection model to demand for money in fiveAfrican economies Congo, Cte dIvoire, Mauritius, Morocco andTunisia. Attention is given to a set of opportunity cost variablesincluding expected inflation, domestic interest rate, foreign interestrate and expected exchangerate...
As deregulation takes place in the UK, rent tribunals areconfronted with the problem of setting a market rent forpreviously controlled property. A simple partial equilibrium model of asector of the rented accommodation market is used to examine thequestion of setting a market rent in the...
Examines the effects of a monetary expansion on certain keymacroeconomic variables, in particular the nominal exchange rate,competitiveness, and domestic output and employment, using a modifiedversion of the Dornbusch Journal of Political Economy, 1976model. Dornbuschs original analysis of the...
Demonstrates the implications of imperfect substitutability betweendomestic and imported final goods for the determination of secondbestnominal and effective tariffs in a general equilibrium setting. Theanalysis of secondbest interventions for given policy distortionsextends that by Ruffin and...
Aims to explore the possibility of developing a neoclassical theoryof institutional failure, based on transaction costs.Critically assesses the role of institutions in General Equilibriumtheory and concludes that, with the exception of the market pricemechanism, this is institutionfree. This is...
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