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Economic Policy Fixed Exchange Rates
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy2 Annual Growth of Per Capital Real GDP 70-7980-8990-01 Canada126.96.36.199 France188.8.131.52 Germany184.108.40.206 Italy220.127.116.11 Japan4.03.61.0 UK18.104.22.168 US2.12.2
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy3 Unemployment Rates 199920002001 Australia 22.214.171.124 Canada 126.96.36.199 France 188.8.131.52 Germany 184.108.40.206 Hong Kong 6.35.04.7 Italy 11.410.69.9 Japan 4.7 5.3
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy4 World and Regional Output Growth Rates
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy5 World and Regional Output Growth Rates
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy6 The Costs of Inflation and Inflation Variability
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy7 The Effect of an Increase in the Nominal Money Stock
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy8 The Initial Effects of Monetary Policy with Fixed Exchange Rates
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy9 The Final Effects of a Monetary Policy Expansion without Sterilization
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy10 The Effects of an Increase in Government Spending in the IS-LM Model
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy11 The Initial Effects of a Rise in Government Spending with a Fixed Exchange Rate
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy12 The Final Effects of an Increase in Government Spending without Sterilization
Daniels and VanHooseEconomic Policy13 Monetary and Fiscal Policies with Perfect Capital Mobility and Fixed Exchange Rates
Chapter 12 Economic Policy with Floating Exchange Rates
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