Dan Corry wrote his original article at a time when Labour's macroeconomic policy
, and indeed its entire approach to questions of political economy, was in flux.
She recommends continuation of such macroeconomic policy
, increased competitiveness through enhancement of labor skills, education reforms, improvement of business climate and more investments in infrastructure.
There is no reason, save the greatest failure of macroeconomic policy
making since the 1930s, that Japan should not again experience stable and robust nominal GDP growth.
He also suggested continuation of internal macroeconomic policy
reform is crucial to sustainability of the recovery prospect.
Part III of the book deals with the role of macroeconomic policy
in developing countries.
The strong macroeconomic policy
framework provided support for the economy.
Still, different macroeconomic policy
and effective implementation of structural reforms may assist the growth to make more than 5% per year (potentially) with the assistance of the private sector, which can implement the potential of the country, including agriculture, trade and natural resources, as well as provide more productive use of money transfers of labor migrants.
The Survey argues therefore for a shift in macroeconomic policy
Consisting of technical units on gender, governance, public finance, poverty and international trade the focus primarily is on the issues of development, poverty, inequality, governance, social sector policies, gender issues and pro-poor macroeconomic policy
In each successive iteration of the negotiating text, we witnessed outrageous attempts by developed countries to change the policy basis and mandate of Unctad's work with respect to key areas such as the financial crisis, macroeconomic policy
, debt management, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and other trade agreements, intellectual property, industrial policy, investment and other issues toward reflecting more the interests of developed country corporations and investors, rather than maintaining historical policy commitments to assist developing countries to utilise trade and investment for inclusive and sustainable development," the group said in a statement issued yesterday.
By all criteria, Stavreski said, Macedonia's macroeconomic policy
has been assessed as sound and the credit has been approved for these reasons.
The better solution by far would be a coordinated global growth strategy in which Europe and Japan adopted both the structural reforms and macroeconomic policy
changes needed to achieve the much faster growth of which they are capable.