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Experience shows that it is accessible to any first-year student but care in exposition, practice with exercises, and some repetition by instructors may be needed before students master it. The fourth section of the chapter explores macroeconomic cycles and aggregate shocks, using the aggregate demand and aggregate supply lipseys and chrystal developed in previous chapters.
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The main part of this section discusses the processes of adjustment to both aggregate demand and aggregate supply shocks, and indicates possible fiscal and monetary policy responses to such shocks. The section finishes with a reminder that stabilization policy is an imperfect art and the source lipseys and chrystal much controversy.
The implementation of monetary policy in the UK and lipseys and chrystal Europe is discussed in the fifth section of the chapter; the authors note that the arrangements described are relatively new and may well change. In both the UK and the euro zone the main objective of the central bank is to maintain price stability and the means chosen is the setting of the short-term lipseys and chrystal rate.
How this works in normal times is first explained and is now followed by a new section on the interest-rate lower bound problem and a case study on quantitative easing.
While the Bank now has greater independence of the government, it also has to account more frequently and openly for its decisions. The policy goal is still set by the UK government but the Bank chooses the means to best achieve this goal.
Setting an interest rate to control inflation involves a number of uncertainties, not the least being due to the time lags in the transmission mechanism. The transmission mechanism is discussed further in Chapter Economics 12th Edition Instructor's Manual lipseys and chrystal Bank affects the money markets, giving an idea of the way in which the repo market works.
Unlike the Bank of England, the ECB has the power to both set its target for price stability and choose its instrument. A new sub-section on monetary policy in times of crisis follows.
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The first case study explains what quantitative easing is an how it may work to influence aggregate demand. The second case study looks at problems in the Japanese economy in the past two decades or so. This is updated to use Japan as the country that first hit the interest-rate lower bound problem.
The slowdown in the rate of growth, the increase in unemployment, the falling price level, and the financial crisis took many people by surprise and policy makers have been uncertain about their best course of action.
With the benefit of hindsight some of the reasons for these events are clearer and the text outlines several, before discussing lipseys and chrystal the usual monetary and fiscal policy responses have been less effective than was hoped.
The explanation found here is thorough. It also makes reference at several points to the real world, in which the authorities set the interest rate and the money supply adjusts to equate money demand and money supply.
Traditional accounts had the interest rate determined by the lipseys and chrystal for and supply of money, with the authorities controlling the supply of money.
The text has been updated where necessary and in light of recent events. The Japanese case study is not new but has been updated substantially.
Economics 12th Edition Instructor's Manual 3 a A rise in the interest rate leads to a negative demand shock. The transactions demand for money falls as GDP falls so that with a lipseys and chrystal money supply there is downward pressure on interest rates.
If on the other hand the monetary authorities set interest rates, they will sell bonds to reduce the money supply in order to maintain the same interest rate.
The transactions demand for money rises as GDP rises so that with a fixed money supply lipseys and chrystal is upward pressure on interest rates. If the monetary authorities want to sustain the interest rate, they will buy bonds and thus increase the money supply.
Again, see Figure A cut in the rate of interest will increase investment and consumption spending, and will increase net exports. As shown in Figure Monetary policy has a lipseys and chrystal shorter decision lag than fiscal policy.