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Financial sector inefficiencies and the debt Laffer curve
2002 by World Bank, World Bank Institute, Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction Division in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||Pierre-Richard Agénor and Joshua Aizenman.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2842, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2842.|
|Contributions||Aizenman, Joshua., World Bank., World Bank Institute. Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002615727|
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Financial Sector Inefficiencies and the Debt Laffer Curve Share Page. Add to Favorites or higher volatility of productivity shocks may shift the economy to the wrong side of the debt Laffer curve, with potentially sizable output and welfare losses.
analysis is that debt relief may generate little welfare gains unless it is accompanied. Financial sector inefficiencies and the debt Laffer curve. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, World Bank Institute, Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction Division,  (OCoLC) Get this from a library.
Financial sector inefficiencies and the debt Laffer curve. [Pierre-Richard Agénor; Joshua Aizenman; World Bank.; World Bank Institute. Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction.] -- Agénor and Aizenman analyze the implications of inefficient financial intermediation for debt management using a model in which firms rely on bank credit to finance their working capital.
Financial Sector Inefficiencies and the Debt Laffer Curve Article in International Journal of Finance & Economics 10(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Pierre-Richard Agénor & Joshua Aizenman, "Financial sector inefficiencies and the debt Laffer curve," International Journal of Finance & Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol.
10(1), pages Downloadable. This paper analyses the implications of inefficient financial intermediation for debt management in a model where firms rely on bank credit to finance their working capital needs and lenders face state verification and contract enforcement costs.
We show that lower expected productivity, higher enforcement and verification costs, or higher volatility of productivity shocks, may. Home > Policy Research Working Papers > Financial Sector Inefficiencies and Coordination Failures: Implications for Crisis Management. Before or during a crisis, financial markets and institutions can play a large role in causing or amplifying financial crises because of balance sheet effects and contagion, among others.
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and its transformation in the global economic crisis, the reduction of public debt and budget deficit have been key words in the design of public budget in each country.
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Broad governmental fiscal policies and central bank actions are supported to eliminate private-sector inefficiencies in this man's namesake school of economics. For 10 points, name this liberal British economist and author of The Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money.
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Between andIrish government debt rose from 27% of GDP to over 90% of GDP (Irish debt) 49 Italy). However, after the credit crunch, investors became more skeptical and started to question European finances. This chapter has as its purpose to analyse the process of financial liberalization and the regulation of the financial sector in India for the period from /92 to / It undertakes an examination of the changes in major sectors (banks and development finance institutions) and key financial markets (stock, money and government.
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In many modern financial crises, governments have bailed out failing banks at the expense of taxpayers. 1 Since the crisis ofgovernments have focused on ending this “too big to fail” problem.
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