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Plasmans Joseph (University of Antwerp, Belgium; CentER Tilburg University, Netherlands), Engwerda Jacob (CentER Tilburg University), van Aarle Bas (Maastricht University , Netherlands), Michalak Tomasz (University of Antwerp, Belgium, student)
Tytuł
Macroeconomic Effects of a Monetary Union Enlargement: Theoretical Analysis in the Framework of Linear-Quadratic Differential Games
Źródło
FindEcon Monograph Series : advances in financial market analysis, 2006, nr 1, s. 221-243, rys., tab., bibliogr. s. 242-243
Tytuł własny numeru
Financial markets : principles of modeling forecasting and decision-making
Słowa kluczowe
Unia Gospodarcza i Walutowa (UGW), Rozszerzenie UE, Analiza makroekonomiczna, Czynniki endogeniczne
Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), EU enlargement, Macroeconomic analysis, Endogenous factors
Abstrakt
Chapter 15 is devoted to macroeconomic policy coordination in the EMU within the framework of linear-quadratic differential games. The methodology captures externalities, spillovers and strategic behavior of players. It gives insights into endogenous coalition formation which enable to study a creation and stability of different cooperation arrangements. It has been found that the net effects of accession depend in particular on the following factors: the regime of policy coordination before and after accession, the type of macroeconomic shock and its degree of asymmetry, the degree of symmetry between countries in terms of economic structure, size and policy preferences. Chapter 16 deals with an econometric approach. (fragment of text)
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  2. Aarle B. van, Di Bartolomeo G., Engwerda J., Plasmans J. (2004), "Policymakers' Coalitions and Stabilization Policies in the EMU", Journal of Economics, 82(1). 1-24.
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  4. Di Bartolomeo G., Engwerda J., Plasmans J., van Aarle B., Michalak T. (2006), "Staying Together or Breaking Apart: Policy-makers' Endogenous Coalitions Formation in the
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  7. Engwerda J. (1993). "Computational Aspects of the Open-Loop Nash Equilibrium in Linear Quadratic Games", Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 22, 1487-1506.
  8. Engwerda J., van Aarle B., Plasmans J. (1999), "The (In)Finite Horizon Open-Loop Nash LQ Game: An Application to the EMU". Annals of Operations Research, 88, 251-273.
  9. Engwerda J., van Aarle B., Plasmans J. (2002), "Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Fiscal Stabilisation Policies in the EMU", Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 26, 451-481.
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  17. Hughes-Hallett A. J., McAdam F. (1997), "Fiscal Deficit Reductions in Line With the Maastricht Criteria for Monetary Union: An Empirical Analysis", in: Frieder J., Gros D., Jones E. (eds.), Towards European Monetary Union: Problems and Prospects, Cambridge University Press.
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  19. Michalak T., Plasmans J., Engwerda J. (2005), "Endogenous Coalition Formation in a Monetary Union", mimeo, Antwerpen: University of Antwerp.
  20. Plasmans J., Engwerda J., van Aarle B., Di Bartolomeo G. (2005), Dynamic Modelling of Monetary and Fiscal Cooperation Among Nations, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  21. Smets F. (2000), "What Horizon for Price Stability", Frankfurt: ECB Working Paper, 24.
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