2 edition of politics of economic policymaking found in the catalog.
politics of economic policymaking
|Statement||Wyn Grant and Shiv K. Nath.|
|Contributions||Nath, S. K.|
|LC Classifications||HC256.6 .G7 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|ISBN 10||0855207507, 0855207515|
|LC Control Number||84008794|
Chapter 2. Evidence-based policymaking – an important first step, and the need to take the next. Part II: The politics of evidence. Chapter 3. Bias and the politics of evidence. Chapter 4. The overt politics of evidence – bias and the pursuit of political interests. Chapter 5. The subtle politics of evidence - the cognitive-political. Hawks and Doves: Deeds and Words - Economics and Politics of Monetary Policymaking Hawks and doves On the one side of the coin, the monetary policy setting has been characterised by the widespread establishment of monetary policy committees (MPCs), a process which started in the late s (Fry et al. , Lybek and Morris ).
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Arthur Okun - teacher at Yale in the s, member and later Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors in the s, and Fellow of the Brookings Institution throughout the s - was one of the three or four most important macroeconomists of the past twenty years. He was perhaps unique in having the respect and admiration of both academic economists and practical politicians. Get this from a library! Parallel politics: economic policymaking in the United States and Japan. [Samuel Kernell;] -- Focuses on the role of political institutions in formulating economic policy in the two countries the United States and Japan. Offers a comparative analysis of the politics .
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