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Examining Exchange Rates Exposure, J-Curve and the Marshall-Lerner Condition for High Frequency Trade Series between China and Malaysia. Unpublished. Full text available as: Over the last decade, China and Malaysia have committed to export-led growth policy based on maintenance of their undervalued currencies. Both nations had succumbed to pressure of revaluation to de-peg their currency against the USD, the same day in July 2005. This unique scenario motivated us to examine the dynamic nexus of exchange rate impact on bilateral export and import flows between China and Malaysia. Our analysis contributed in using high frequency ...
Economic: Alfred Marshal Economic Fluctuations
Although Marshall's overriding concern was with microeconomic theory, he contributed significantly to macroeconomics by studying the influence of mone­tary forces on the general level of prices. Although some of Marshall's earliest writings (1871) concerned the quantity theory of money, he did not publish any systematic work on money until 1923, in a book entitled Money, Credit, and Commerce. His ideas on macroeconomic topics, though not yet published, were well developed in his lectures and in evidence presented before governmental commissions. The first five editions of his Principles carried the subtitle ... market research, surveys and trends
ALFRED MARSHALL: Um eminente economista social
Nota explicativa: Este singelo texto sobre o eminente Alfred Marshall irá ocultar todas suas grandes contribuições para o pensamento econômico, tais como: a análise da variável tempo nos estudos econômicos; a distinção entre economia externa e interna; o cabedal teórico envolto nas análises monetárias – basicamente a distinção entre os juros “reais e monetários”; a determinação do valor pelo ponto de equilíbrio entre procura e oferta; o “excedente do consumidor”; a análise de elasticidade; a “quase-renda” e a “empresa representativa”. Também não serão citados aspectos biográficos. Elaboramos aqui, apenas e tão somente, um texto ... market research, surveys and trends


Uses and Abuses of Gresham's Law in the - Columbia University in ...
The economist H. D. Macleod, writing in 1858, first brought attention to the law that he named after Sir Thomas Gresham: No sooner had Queen Elizabeth ascended the throne, than she turned her attention to the state of the currency, being moved thereto by the illustrious Gresham, who has the great merit of being as far as we can discover, the first who discerned the great fundamental law of the currency, that good and bad money cannot circulate together. The fact had been repeatedly observed before, as we have seen, but no one, that we are aware, had discovered the necessary relation between the facts, before Sir Thomas Gresham. industry trends, business articles and survey research
[This bibliography of articles and books in the economics literature on commodity buffer stocks is constantly being added to]  CONTENTS I - Commodity Reserves for Monetary Stability (A) "Symetallism" and Early Classics (B) The Benjamin Graham Debates (C) Post-1940s Commodity Reserve Currency Proposals II - Commodity Price Stabilization (A) Welfare Impacts of Price Stability: Theory (B) Buffer Stocks and Private Incentives (C) Buffer Stocks and International Trade (D) Buffer Stocks and Economic Development (E) Implementation and Evaluation of Buffer Stock Schemes (F) Specific Schemes, Buffer Funds and Unclassified III - ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
French court orders more jail time for Noriega
PARIS — A French court convicted Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega of laundering drug money Wednesday and handed down a seven-year sentence, jailing him again after two decades in a US prison. The 76-year-old general stood hunched over and showed no emotion as he heard the verdict through his Spanish interpreter in the Paris courtroom. The court ordered the seizure of 2.3 million euros (2.8 million dollars) in frozen French bank accounts held in Noriega's name, in a judgement that his lawyers slammed as "extremely severe". Noriega had denied taking payments from Colombian drug lords in the 1980s ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Credit Still Tightening, Fed Governor Says
WASHINGTON — The level of outstanding credit in the American economy continues to fall as strong and weak banks alike pull back on lending, worsening the prospects for businesses and consumers to regain their footing, a Federal Reserve governor said Wednesday. Credit has been slower to return to prerecession levels than in any downturn over the last 40 years, with the exception of the 1990-91 recession , Elizabeth A. Duke, one of five sitting governors on the Fed’s board, said in a speech in Columbus, Ohio, citing new research by the central bank. From the trough of that recession in the first quarter of 1991, it ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Alfred Marshall and the Quantity Theory of Money
Money, Credit and Commerce a money-supply-and-demand diagram that depicts the money supply of a closed economy as a vertical straight line. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
U.S. Senate: Reference Home > Constitution of the United States
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. The Preamble explains the purposes of the Constitution, and defines the powers of the new government as originating from the people of the United States. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Article I | LII / Legal Information Institute
All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he ...
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WikiAnswers - Different definition of economics by different economist
ənz) , 1835-82, English economist and logician. After working in Australia as assayer to the mint, he taught at Owens College, Manchester, and University College, London. His major contribution to economics was his marginal utility theory of value; Jevons held that value was determined by utility, and he demonstrated the relationship in mathematical terms. The Theory of Political Economy (1871) was his chief theoretical work. His practical application of economics in The Coal Question (1865) influenced government action. In General Mathematical Theory of Political Economy (1862), he demonstrated his belief in the application of ...
In what ways can we cure balance of payments deficit? - Yahoo! Answers
First, we must know the situation of Balance of Trade.A deficit Balance of Trade means that the country imports good and services which together in a year exeeds the value of exports the country could achieve. This deficit can be met by net receipts on invisibles etc that are not part of the exports or imports or the balance of trade. So, if such current receipts of income, interest, fees or other invisible eranings are more than the current payments of similar type, it helps meet the deficit in the balnce of trade. But, these current net receipts may not be positive, in which case the current account has a deficit. Also, if ...