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- IMF Financial Programming and Policies
- THE POLAK’S MONETARY MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION ON MACEDONIAN CASE
- AL-Qadisiyah Journal For Administrative and Economic sciences
Macroeconomic stability is very important for each economy because it constitutes the basis of sustainable economic growth and development. It means stable prices with a low level of inflation internal stability , a stable foreign exchange rate, a relatively low and sustainable current account deficit in the balance of payments and a solvent position in the external indebtedness of the economy external stability. International Monetary Fund IMF provides financial support to countries that have problems with internal and external stability. This model investigates and determines the effect on income and balance of payments arising from the two important variables in the economy: 1 changes in domestic bank credits, and 2 changes in exports of goods and services. In other words, the model indicates what macroeconomics policies are required to achieve a given set of outcomes i.
IMF Financial Programming and Policies
Some knowledge of economics would be helpful, but is not required. Graded assignments require the use of spreadsheets. How healthy is the state of the economy? How can economic policy help support or restore health to the economy? These questions are at the heart of financial programming.
THE POLAK’S MONETARY MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION ON MACEDONIAN CASE
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AL-Qadisiyah Journal For Administrative and Economic sciences
International Monetary Fund IMF , United Nations UN specialized agency, founded at the Bretton Woods Conference in to secure international monetary cooperation, to stabilize currency exchange rates , and to expand international liquidity access to hard currencies. The first half of the 20th century was marked by two world wars that caused enormous physical and economic destruction in Europe and a Great Depression that wrought economic devastation in both Europe and the United States. Delegates representing 44 countries drafted the Articles of Agreement for a proposed International Monetary Fund that would supervise the new international monetary system. The framers of the new Bretton Woods monetary regime hoped to promote world trade , investment , and economic growth by maintaining convertible currencies at stable exchange rates. Countries with temporary, moderate balance-of-payments deficits were expected to finance their deficits by borrowing foreign currencies from the IMF rather than by imposing exchange controls , devaluations, or deflationary economic policies that could spread their economic problems to other countries.
Class Central is learner-supported. In this macroeconomics course, you will improve your skills in macroeconomic policy analysis and learn to design an economic and financial program, using real economic data. The financial programming exercise simulates what IMF International Monetary Fund desk economists routinely do in their country surveillance and program work. In the second part modules 8—10 , you will learn and discuss how macroeconomic policies can be used to address poor performance and reduce macroeconomic imbalances. We will illustrate the workings of monetary, fiscal and exchange rate policies by using a simple Keynesian model of an open economy.
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Polak Model is a monetary approach to the balance of payment published by J.
Officially charged with managing the global regime of exchange rates and international payments that allows nations to do business with one another, the fund recast itself in a broader, more active role following the collapse of fixed exchange rates, intervening in developing countries from Asia to Latin America. The fund has received both criticism and credit for its efforts to promote financial stability. Some economists claim that it is in the midst of a major transformation, citing its vast expansion of lending capacity, governance reform, and the move away from free market fundamentalism. International Organizations.