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Real wage rigidities, fiscal policy, and the stability of EMU in the transition phase

Norbert Berthold

Real wage rigidities, fiscal policy, and the stability of EMU in the transition phase

by Norbert Berthold

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Research Department in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic and Monetary Union.,
  • Wages -- European Union countries.,
  • Fiscal policy -- European Union countries.,
  • Unemployment -- European Union countries.,
  • Manpower policy -- European Union countries.,
  • Monetary policy -- European Union countries.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Norbert Berthold, Rainer Fehn, and Eric Thode.
    SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/99/83
    ContributionsFehn, Rainer., Thode, Eric., International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20020221M

      In our model, (monetary and fiscal) policy guarantees determinacy, when the nominal interest rate reacts aggressively to inflation with ϕ π > , that is, when the Taylor principle is satisfied, and, at the same time, the fiscal policy instruments, s t g, τ t c, τ t k, and τ t n react to public liabilities above a critical minimum value. Fiscal policy refers to: A) the control of interest rates. B) the control of government spending and taxation. If workers' nominal wages have risen by 50% over a ten-year period and prices have increased by 40% in that same period, then we can safely conclude that the amount of goods and services that workers can buy has Its real GDP.

      Under the conditions of a single monetary policy and restricted fiscal policies, real wage determination is usually considered to be the one and only adjustment mechanism in the case of aggregate and symmetric shocks as well as in the case of asymmetric shocks. 16 Consequently, there is no lack of proposals for further deregulation of European. It is the real wage on the vertical axis in the labour market diagram in Question To see how inflation comes about in a business cycle upswing, we begin with the economy at the labour market equilibrium and with constant prices, and consider a rise in aggregate demand, which .

    Union actually needs a centralised fiscal policy in order to pursue such stabilisation. 2. EMU’s Fiscal Policy constraints and its effects on national policies According to the Commission’s forecasts,2 the benefits of EMU should mainly consist of: 1) reduced budget deficits and coordinated fiscal policies; 2) . The Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) is an umbrella term for the group of policies aimed at converging the economies of member states of the European Union at three stages. The policies cover the 19 eurozone states, as well as non-euro European Union states.. Each stage of the EMU consists of progressively closer economic integration. Only once a state participates in the third stage it is.


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Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase. - EMU will start with eleven member countries as scheduled on January 1, The paper shows that the primacy of politics over economics in this decision could have serious consequences concerning the stability of EMU in the transition phase.

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Real wage rigidities, fiscal policy, and the stability of EMU in the transition phase. [Norbert Berthold; Rainer Fehn; Eric Thode; International Monetary Fund. Research Department.] -- Presents the primacy of politics over economics in this decision could have serious consequences concerning the stability of EMU in the transition phase.

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Real wage rigidities, fiscal policy, and the stability of EMU in the transition phase. [Norbert Berthold; Rainer Fehn; Eric Thode; International Monetary Fund.

Research Department.] -- After the endorsement of a large European Monetary Union (EMU) with 11 starting members by the European Commission, the European Monetary Institute, and last but not least the Bundesbank. Eric Thode & Norbert Berthold & Rainer Fehn, "Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase," IMF Working Papers /, International Monetary Fund.

Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa/Cited by: Title: Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase - WP/99/83 Created Date: 7/29/ PM.

Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase. - EMU will start with eleven member countries as scheduled on January 1, The paper shows that the primacy of politics over economics in this decision could have serious consequences concerning the stability of EMU in the transition phase.

Real Wage Rigidities, Accommodative Demand Policies, and the Functioning of EMU. — The paper shows that the primacy of politics over economics in the decision to start EMU with eleven countries on January 1, could have serious consequences concerning the functioning and stability of EMU, in particular during the transition phase.

The paper demonstrates empirically that real wages in EMU. Real wage rigidities, fiscal policy, and the stability of EMU in the transition phase basis for better policy. As the book shows, by learning from theory and experience, we can avoid the waste.

IMF Working Papers Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of Emu in the Transition Phase No. 99/83 by Norbert Berthold, Rainer Fehn, Mr. Eric Thode 33 Pages, Published by International Monetary Fund ISBNISBN: Berthold, Norbert, Rainer Fehn and Eric Thode (): Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase.

IMF Working Paper, Washington D.C., June Google Scholar Bofinger, Peter and Timo Wollmershäuser (): Options for the Exchange Rate Policies of the EU Accession Countries (and other emerging market.

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This book, edited by Tomás J.T. Baliño and Carlo Cottarelli, addresses some of the strategic issues faced by policymakers in the choice of a monetary regime.

Following an overview of some of these issues, the book considers the various theoretical or practical frameworks for the implementation of monetary policy. It then focuses on how monetary policy should be implemented. EMU membership is likely to increase the demands on fiscal policy as a stabilisation tool.

For political-economy reasons, one cannot, however, expect an increased use of fiscal policy to compensate fully for the loss of national monetary policy in the EMU.

Fiscal policy-making institutions in EMU As has been argued by several authors, the advent of EMU has profoundly changed the logic of macro-economic decision-making in the EMU (and EU) member-states.

Centralised mone-tary policy in the ECB was linked to a decentralised fiscal policy. “EMU and the World Economy,” pp. 51–77, and Chapter V of the October World Economic: Outlook, “Economic Policy Challenges Facing the Euro Area and the External Implications of EMU,” pp. – 2 The SGP and its implications for the conduct of fiscal policy in the EU are discussed in Box 3 of the October World Economic.

The institutional framework of fiscal policy making has been changed also by the EMU. While fiscal policy remains delegated to the national level, a set of constraints in the form of the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) has been introduced.

Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of Emu in the Transition Phase. IMF Working Paper No. 99/83 Number of pages: 33 Posted: 09 Feb Norbert Berthold, Rainer Fehn.

The book has a common theme, namely the adjustment of labor markets to exogenous shocks, particularly those externally induced.

Real Wage Rigidities Fiscal Policy And The Stability Of Emu In The Transition Phase. Author by: Mr paper shows that the primacy of politics over economics in this decision could have serious consequences. 2 Benefits of EMU. I begin with the realistic expectation that EMU will ensure price stability.

Price stability is laid down in the Maastricht Treaty as the primary objective of the single monetary policy, to be explicitly incorporated in the statutes of participating national central banks.Downloadable! Questo lavoro analizza l’efficacia relativa di due possibili contesti di riferimento della futura azione di politica economica in ambito europeo in termini di obiettivi di stabilizzazione: il primo, caratterizzato dall’attuale architettura istituzionale e il secondo, da un sistema fiscale di tipo federale, o da un forte coordinamento delle politiche fiscali.Fiscal policy in the short and longer run 73 Stability and convergence programmes: first generation and updates 73 national accounts in transition 27 2.

Developments in the ‘‘outs’’ 43 3. Operational framework: a smooth transition 56 Ratio of real wage to labour productivity 95 Employment and real unit labour costs