Macroeconomics : principles, applications and challenges /

The first chapter in this book deals with an analysis of determinants of both net international investment positions and net costs of negative investment positions in transitive countries. It defines sustainable conditions that assume foreign investors will be prepared to continue to (re)finance neg...

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Other Authors: Hutson, Carly M.
Format: eBook
Published: Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2014]
Series:Economic issues, problems and perspectives
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • MACROECONOMICS: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES; MACROECONOMICS: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Sustainability of Negative International Investment Position in Transitive Countries: The Case of the Czech Republic in 2000-2011; Abstract; Introduction; I. Basic Factors of the Dynamics of Country's Net Foreign Assets in Relation to Gross Domestic Product; II. Sustainability of NFA in the Short and Long Run and Costs of Financing of Net Foreign Assets.
  • III. Analysis of Economic Conditions of Realization of Net Yields/Costs from Negative Net Foreign Assets in Advanced and Transition EconomiesA Condition of Reaching the Positive Balance of Yields at Negative NFA in the Context of Sustainability of NFA; Differences in Property and/or Debt Structure of Foreign Assets and Liabilities; Problem of Interest Rate Differential Endogeneity in Relation to Currency Structure of Foreign Assets and Liabilities and Risk Premium; IV. Analysis of the Costs and Sustainability of Net Foreign Asset Position of the Czech Republic in 2000-2011; Conclusion.
  • Proposition 11: The Use of Dynamic SpecificationsProposition 12: Sampling Errors; Proportion 13: Inflationary Expectations; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Productivity Change and Efficiency of Ghana's Banks: Application of Data Envelopment Analysis and Malmquist Productivity Index; Abstract; Introduction; Literature Review; Data and Methodology; Data; Specification of Input and Output; DEA Model; Malmquist Productivity Index; Empirical Results; Conclusion; References; Index; Blank Page.