Macroeconomic Performance in a Globalising Economy by Robert Anderton (editor), Geoff Kenny (editor)

By Robert Anderton (editor), Geoff Kenny (editor)

The method of globalisation has been ongoing for hundreds of years, yet few could doubt that it has sped up and intensified in fresh many years. This acceleration is evidenced as a lot via the powerful synchronicity within the fast transmission of monetary crises beginning in past due 2007 because it is through the last decade of just about unparalleled progress in overseas alternate and fiscal industry liberalisation that preceded it. This ebook exhibits how the overseas economic climate has turn into extra attached through elevated creation, alternate, capital flows and fiscal linkages. utilizing quite a few methodologies, together with either panel econometrics and DSGE modelling, a staff of specialists from academia, primary banks and the IMF learn how this elevated globalisation has affected competitiveness, productiveness, inflation and the labour marketplace. This well timed contribution to the globalisation literature offers a longer-term standpoint whereas additionally comparing many of the strength implications for coverage makers, rather from a ecu viewpoint.

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This seems to be consistent with the fact that the loss in export market share of the euro area is the result of a relatively diverse performance across euro area countries, with the export share losses of some euro area countries weighing rather heavily on the euro area aggregate. This suggests that some individual euro area countries who have lost export market share over the past decade or so – such as Italy, Spain and Portugal – may have been more strongly affected than others by globalisation, possibly as a result of their lower-tech export specialisation which may expose them more directly to competition from China.

Given that these favourable global demand conditions also seem to be at least partly driven by globalisation forces, this positive impact on exports has more than offset the dampening effect on exports of the loss in share. As the rise in China’s export market share seems to be the main counterpart to the loss in the euro area’s export market share, we can provide further insights into the mechanisms behind this loss by examining Chinese exports in terms of their sectoral composition and how 4 For further details, see ESCB (2005) and ECB Monthly Bulletin (2006b).

2006) calculate that if the GDP of the non-OECD countries during the period 2000–2005 13 Amiti and Davis (2009) show that the significant rise in prices of US imports from China between 2006 and 2008 was mostly due to rising commodity prices. 14 Extra-euro area import prices by commodity (Indices: 2003 Q1 = 100; seasonally adjusted; 3 month moving average) Note: Last observation refers to January 2009. (Unit value indices; euro; 2001 Q1=100) Source: ECB. had grown at the slower pace of the OECD countries then the world real oil price would have been up to 40 per cent lower by the end of 2005.

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