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Economic openness, volatility & resilience

Mohamed Ariff

Economic openness, volatility & resilience

Malaysian perspectives

by Mohamed Ariff

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Published by Malaysian Institute of Economic Research in [Kuala Lumpur] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesEconomic openness, volatility, and resilience
StatementMohamed Ariff.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 334 p. ;
Number of Pages334
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16484374M
ISBN 109789839716238
LC Control Number2007442902
OCLC/WorldCa192041778

In economics, resilience refers to an economy’s ability to withstand the impact of exogenous shocks such as those arising from financial contagion, commodity price volatility, or external demand shocks. This is similar to dampening the amplitude or the degree of change in economic activity arising from a shock (Duval et al. ). Business Cycle Volatility and Openness: An Exploratory Cross-Section Analysis Assaf Razin, Andrew Rose. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in November NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics. This paper links business cycle volatility to barriers on international mobility of goods and capital.

The Covid pandemic has strengthened the hand of those who have long opposed economic openness between countries. When a virus emerging from a . Books; The World Today but thinking that choosing between globalization and national self-sufficiency is the only way to develop greater resilience of supply chains is, in reality, a false dichotomy. supply chains. For both the US and the EU, it is certainly true that reducing global dependencies while maintaining economic openness can.

Abstract. The aim of this paper is to present the spatial distribution of openness to foreign trade assessed at the local level (LAU 1, poviats) in Poland, between and , with particular reference to its two determinants: activity of foreign-owned enterprises (FOEs) and functioning of special economic zones (SEZs).With the use of data from different sources, including the foreign trade. Societe Generale will reshuffle its structured product mix and look to sell some legacy books to competitors after reporting a € million ($ million) loss related to the instruments in its second-quarter results. The latest hit brings the bank’s year-to-date losses on structured products.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iii, pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Economic openness, volatility, and resilience. Financial openness mitigates (amplifies) RER volatility in a country with higher (lower) share of foreign equity vis-à-vis foreign debt liabilities. A greater share of equity in external liabilities can Economic openness the country's resilience to external shocks (Rogoff, ).Cited by: In this paper, economic vulnerability is defined as the exposure of an economy to exogenous shocks, arising out of economic openness, while economic resilience is defined as the policy-induced.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Our study investigates the factors driving RER volatility and the properties of both trade and financial openness to stabilize RERs. Therefore, this paper guides us to formulate better economic policies to lower RER variability.

Our goal is to test whether the extent and composition of international trade and financial integration would smooth the impact of Cited by: In this paper, economic vulnerability is defined as the volatility & resilience book of an economy to exogenous shocks, arising out of economic openness, while economic resilience is defined as the policy-induced ability of an economy to withstand or recover from the effects of such shocks.

The paper briefly reviews the work already carried out on economic vulnerability and extends the research towards the. Greater openness reduces the volatility of RER in countries with a lower share of non-manufacturing trade and a lower debt-to-equity liability ratio on the financial side.

Consequently, a country with these features will be better equipped to accommodate shocks to the real exchange rate. Openness and RER volatility in “turbulent” times.

In this paper, economic vulnerability is defined as the exposure of an economy to exogenous shocks, arising out of economic openness, while economic resilience is defined as the policy-induced ability of an economy to withstand or recover from the effects of such shocks.

Economic Vulnerability and Resilience Concepts and Measurements Lino Briguglio, Gordon Cordina, Nadia Farrugia, and Stephanie Vella* May Abstract In this paper, economic vulnerability is defined as the exposure of an economy to exogenous shocks, arising out of economic openness, while economic resilience is.

This book breaks through the silos of individual disciplines to bring ecologists and economists together to consider agriculture through the lens of resilience.

It explores the economic, environmental and social uncertainties that influence the behaviour of agricultural producers and their subsequent farming approach, highlighting the.

As the true costs of a partial retreat from economic openness and a lack of climate action are progressively recognised, we anticipate a popular mandate for a more open international trading environment will eventually re–emerge, along with a concerted effort to confront climate change as a basic imperative.

each is a plausible book–end. The index of economic vulnerability may be determined based on the following indicators (Zaman & Vasile, ): a) the economic openness (participation of foreign trade in GDP), b) concentration. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper relates the volatility of the (trade-weighted) effective real exchange rate to the degree of trade openness of an economy.

The theoretical part presents an intertemporal monetary model with nominal labour (factor) market rigidities. Both monetary and aggregate supply shocks are shown to imply a (non-linear) inverse relationship between the import.

Cambridge Core - Natural Resource Management, Agriculture, Horticulture and forestry - Agricultural Resilience - edited by Sarah M. Gardner. OpenNESS Synthesis Paper. Conor Kretsch (UNOTT, UK) and Erik Stange (NINA, Norway) Introduction and rationale For many decades, diverse fields have used the concept of resilience in both their research and practice; including engineering, psychology, organisational management, economics, international development, and environmental sciences.

Interest in resilience has grown significantly in. Consistent with the literature on the negative impact of output volatility on growth, higher output volatility was associated with lower economic growth during – in Asia and Pacific small states and a lower quality of governance, after controlling for other variables (Figures and ).

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore tourism scenario planning for an anticipated shock as viewed through the lens of Irish hospitality managers preparing for Brexit. The research appropriates a climate science framework to structure the study, situating preparations, or lack thereof, against the themes of volatility, exposure and resilience.

From a new IMF working paper: “We present a dynamic small open economy model to explore the macroeconomic impact of natural addition to permanent damages to public and private capital, the disaster causes temporary losses of productivity, inefficiencies during the reconstruction process, and damages to the sovereign’s creditworthiness.

Speaking at the Dublin Economics WorkshopWexford. Good afternoon, It is a pleasure to be here speaking at the Dublin Economics Workshop today, and I especially welcome the topic of this panel - Small open economies – Vulnerabilities in a Changing World. 1 The concept of openness has perhaps never been so pertinent.

Applied Economics. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article Impact of food price volatility on the US restaurant sector. Gazi Salah Uddin, Jose Arreola Hernandez, Books; Keep up to date.

Register to receive personalised research and resources by email. How has Latin America coped with external shocks and economic vulnerabilities in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. Managing Economic Volatility in Latin America looks at how the region has fared in recent years in an environment of uncertainty.

It presents a collection of novel contributions on capital flows, terms of trade, and macroeconomic policy in Latin America. In line with the resilience strengthening, Indonesia also supports G20 discussion on capital flow management (CFM).

Although Indonesia has liberalized capital inflow since 35 years ago and obtains the benefits for economic financing, it is realized that capital inflow openness also incurs risks relating to excessive capital inflow volatility.Search results for Innovation and Technology, Monograph Book, Economics and Finance, Social and Political Science on Elgar Online: The online content platform for Edward Elgar Publishing.There is a belief among the general public that employment volatility tends to be greater for firms with higher foreign exposure, but the relationship between the two is ambiguous in theory.

This column uses firm-level data for Japan to compare the impact of foreign exposure on employment volatility for multinational, trading, and non-trading firms; for manufacturing and.