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Fiscal and monetary contractions in Chile

Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel

Fiscal and monetary contractions in Chile

a rational-expectations approach

by Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel

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Published by World Bank, Policy Research Dept., Finance and Private Sector Development Division in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chile.
    • Subjects:
    • Fiscal policy -- Chile.,
    • Monetary policy -- Chile.,
    • Tax and expenditure limitations -- Chile.,
    • Rational expectations (Economic theory)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel and Luis Serven.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 1472, Policy research working papers ;, 1472.
      ContributionsServen, Luis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1472
      The Physical Object
      Pagination39 p. ;
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL580242M
      LC Control Number96168877

      It also shows Beijing is shifting from monetary to fiscal policy levers as it seeks to cushion a slowdown in the economy without exacerbating debt problems. The quota was raised two days after Lou. Recognizing the importance of further strengthening Chile’s fiscal framework, the Ministry of Finance and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) co-organized the conference “Enhancing Chile’s Fiscal Framework: Lessons from Domestic and International Experience” in January of

      Downloadable! This paper describes monetary and fiscal rules used in Chile in recent years. On monetary policy rules, we present both the framework for monetary policy rate assumptions that guide the construction of inflation and growth forecasts, as well as the broad characteristics of Taylor-Type Rules that reflect recent monetary policy actions. Monetary policy is the policy adopted by the monetary authority of a country that controls either the interest rate payable on very short-term borrowing or the money supply, often targeting inflation or the interest rate to ensure price stability and general trust in the currency.. Further goals of a monetary policy are usually to contribute to the stability of gross domestic product, to.

      WASHINGTON, Aug. 17, /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. economy contracted in the second quarter by percent annualized – the largest such decline since demobilization efforts following World War. Fiscal policy, in turn, pursued rather conservative objectives in the s, with an average fiscal surplus of % of GDP from (Table 1) and consolidated public debt declining from 40% of GDP in to 8% in (Table 2). This comfortable fiscal position has deteriorated to some extent since , when there was a marked.


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Fiscal and monetary contractions in Chile by Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Expectations macroeconomic model applied to Chile, sharper in the short term (especially if the contraction is Schmidt-Hebbel and Serven analyze and quantify the temporary). At the same time, this type of fiscal macroeconomic impact of fiscal and monetary retrenchment causes a temporary deterioration of the retrenchment.

current account. Get this from a library. Fiscal and monetary contractions in Chile: a rational-expectations approach. [Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel; World Bank. Policy Research Department. Macroeconomics and. June To analyze the probable macroeconomic impact of fiscal and monetary retrenchment in Chile, an open-economy, dynamic rational-expectations macroeconomic model is applied to data for Chile.

For the past two decades, Chile has consistently pursued a course of macroeconomic stabilization and deep economic reform. Several features of the model are essential for a realistic assessment of the effects of fiscal and monetary policy shifts in Chile: backward indexation of wages, consolidation of the central bank and the general government, and the coexistence of (1) liquidity-constrained consumers and firms with (2) unconstrained agents whose consumption and investment decisions reflect intertemporal optimization Cited by: 1.

Several features of the model are essential for a realistic assessment of the effects of fiscal and monetary policy shifts in Chile: backward indexation of wages, consolidation of the central bank and the general government, and the coexistence of (1) liquidity-constrained consumers and firms with (2) unconstrained agents whose consumption and investment decisions reflect intertemporal Cited by: 1.

(PDF) Fiscal and monetary contraction in Chile: a rational-expectations approach | Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel - is a platform for academics to share research papers. Several features of the model are essential for a realistic assessment of the effects of fiscal and monetary policy shifts in Chile: backward indexation of wages, consolidation of the central bank and the general government, and the coexistence of (1) liquidity-constrained consumers and firms with (2) unconstrained agents whose consumption and investment decisions reflect intertemporal optimization.

Monetary Policy vs. Fiscal Policy: An Overview. Monetary policy and fiscal policy refer to the two most widely recognized tools used to influence a nation's economic activity.

Chile: Contraction in economic activity softens but remains sharp in June. August 1, In June, the IMACEC economic activity index fell % on an annual basis, beating market expectations of a sharper % dive and following a % contraction in May which had marked the largest drop on record.

Read more. More news. George Selgin, The menace of fiscal QE, Cato Institute,pages. When George Selgin was writing this book inhe cannot have imagined the dramatic changes to fiscal and monetary policies that the coronavirus pandemic would bring about with extraordinary speed.

Contractionary monetary policy is when a central bank uses its monetary policy tools to fight inflation. It's how the bank slows economic ion is a sign of an overheated economy. It's also called a restrictive monetary policy because it restricts liquidity. New Delhi: The board of the Reserve Bank of India approved the transfer of Rs 57, crore surplus funds to the government Friday, the central bank said in a statement.

However, the surplus from RBI, in line with the Rs 60, crore estimated in the Union Budgetis unlikely to provide any additional fiscal space to the government, which is struggling with a sharp contraction in tax.

Chile - Fiscal Balance Chile proposes tight budget for The Chilean government presented the most austere budget proposal in over a decade on 30 September. This is designed to protect fiscal sustainability in a context of subdued state revenues as the country suffers from a third year of weak economic growth and depressed prices for copper.

IMF Staff Mission Concludes Visit to Chile. J An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Mr. Luca Antonio Ricci visited Santiago during Juneto discuss recent economic and policy developments.

The IMF mission met with government officials, private sector representatives and academics during its stay. The quality and intensity of the fiscal and monetary stimulus delivered by each country will also determine the strength of the recovery, he added.

CHILE – Monetary Policy Report: A deeper decline amid greater uncertainty The central bank believes that a significant part of the activity contraction has already occurred, taking into account the falls in March and April, and anticipating deeper drops in May and June as the quarantines extended to a larger portion of the population.

The Monetary and Fiscal History of Chile, exceptions are the mild contractions of and ). As shown in figure 1, per capita GDP almost doubled between and Also, since this variable has been chapter 2 in this book, as the common conceptual framework.

This approach allows us to. We expect the policy rate to remain at % and a boost to the QE measures in response to any significant deterioration of conditions.

The minutes of the July monetary policy meeting show all board members agreed that, given the macroeconomic context under the pandemic, keeping the policy rate at its % technical floor and consolidating the forward guidance of low-for-long was the only valid.

Chile's GDP plun1% in the second quarter; mining the only positive sector Goldman Sachs forecasts “record breaking contractions” in several of. During the Latin American crisis, Bolivia sharply contracted both money and fiscal policy, while Chile held monetary policy steady and only instituted a mildly contractionary fiscal policy.

Both countries, however, experienced sharp declines in output – Bolivia on the order of 24% of GDP and Chile around 28% of GDP. Fiscal and monetary contraction in Chile: a rational-expectations approach Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank Terms-of-trade shocks and optimal investment: another look at the Laursen-Metzler effect.Aggressive fiscal and monetary policy responses in the United States and abroad, however, helped boost sentiment and improve market functioning.

On balance, financial conditions abroad remain tighter than at the beginning of the year, especially in some emerging market economies.

The US National debt has now soared to % of GDP; that $ trillion equates to around 1,% of Federal revenue. Our government will .