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political economy of financial repression in transition economies
|Statement||Cevdet Denizer, Raj M. Desai, Nikolay Gueorguiev.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2030, Policy research working papers ;, 2030.|
|Contributions||Desai, Raj M., 1966-, Gueorguiev, Nikolay|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 2030|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||99209313|
This survey reviews the literature on the political economy of financial structure, broadly defined to include the size of capital markets and banking systems as well as the distribution of access. As Pettis notes, such policies undermine “the most productive part of the Chinese economy” and reinforces the logic of financial repression because “allocating debt-servicing costs, either directly or indirectly, to specific sectors within the economy” is just a new form of an old habit, and it puts at the risk the transition to.
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In other words, financial repression in transition economies may simply serve to solidify main-bank, main-firm relations. These results would lend support to the claim of smaller, cash-starved Eastern European entrepreneurs that the commercial banks have taken over the role of the old planning ministries.
Political economy of financial repression in transition economies. Washington, DC: International Finance Corp., Central Asia, Middle East, and North Africa Dept. In other words, financial repression in transition economies may simply serve to solidify main-bank, main-firm relations.
These results would lend support to the claim of smaller, cash-starved Eastern European entrepreneurs that the commercial banks have"taken over the role of the old planning ministries.".
The discussion is organized as follows. Section II defines financial repression, its historical debates and rationales. Section III examines the role of financial repression in the unique case of transition economies.
The fourth section presents the empirical results of our estimations of. The political economy of financial repression in transition economies (English) Abstract. Financial systems in developing countries tend to be "restricted" or "repressed" through burdensome reserve requirements, interest-rate ceilings, foreign-exchange regulations, rules about the composition of bank balance sheets, or heavy taxation of the Cited by: Political economy of financial repression in transition economies.
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An analysis of the challenges facing Russia's economy ten years after the transition, based on recent research and data. Can Russia's recent burst of economic growth be sustained. Taking a comprehensive look at the economic and political regime shift from Yeltsin to Putin, this book explores the key challenges facing the Russian economy: to narrow the productivity gap between Russian and.
The Political Economy of Transition Ge´rard Roland P olitical economy arguments have been at the heart of debates and contro-versies on strategies of transition from socialism to capitalism.
For example, advocates of a “big bang” approach to transition have argued for a fast and comprehensive implementation of all major reforms. Michael Woodford’s paper “Financial Intermediation and Macroeconomic Analysis”, improves his theory that was articulated in this book, Interest Prices ().
He based this on the data and experiences from the financial crisis and changing ideas in. Downloadable. This study looks at the signs of financial repression in a transition economy, by evaluating to what extent "perverse financial innovations" resulting from soft budget constraints interfere with monetary developments at the aggregate macroeconomic level.
Specifically, the paper investigates to what extent inter-enterprise arrears could act as substitute for transaction money and. Financial repression refers to a set of governmental policies that keep real interest rates low or negative and regulate or manipulate a captive audience into investing in government debt.
This results in cheap funding and will be a prime tool used by governments in highly indebted developed market economies to. This paper reviews the literature on the political economy of financial development which suggests that relevant policies are shaped, in large measure, by the interplay between the governments and interest groups that benefit from or lose rent on account of financial by: 1.
The political economy of the ‘just transition’ PETER NEWELL* AND DUSTIN MULVANEY† *Department of International Relations, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9SN E-mail: @ †San Jose State University, 1 Washington Square, San Jose, CAUSA E-mail: [email protected] Not to be confused with economic repression, a type of political repression.
Financial repression comprises "policies that result in savers earning returns below the rate of inflation" in order to allow banks to "provide cheap loans to companies and governments, reducing the burden of repayments".
It can be particularly effective at liquidating government debt denominated in domestic currency. The Handbook of the Political Economy of Financial Crises Edited by Martin H.
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This paper explores the political economy of the ‘just transition’ to a low carbon economy. The idea of a ‘just transition’ increasingly features in policy and political discourse and. About the authors. Anne Wren is a Research Associate of the Institute for International Integration Studies at Trinity College, Dublin, where she directed a Marie Curie Excellence Team research project on ‘The Political Economy of the Service Transition’, financed by the European Commission, between and Related articles.
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