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Fri Mar 21 17:13:06 2014 UTClccn-n879310850.33Fiscal federalism, fiscal consolidations and cuts in central government grants evidence from an event study ; presented at TAPES Conference on Fiscal Federalism, May 20040.690.90Economic and political institutions in economic policy /57490904n 879310851987060Muscatelli, AntonMuscatelli, V. A.Muscatelli, V. A. (Vitantonio A.)Muscatelli, VitantonioMuscatelli, Vitantonio A.Muscatelli, Vitantonio AntonMuscatelli, Vito A.Muscatelli, Vito Antoniolccn-n87931067Stevenson, Andrew(Andrew A.)lccn-no2005097661Gregory, Mary(Mary B.)lccn-n92035151Tirelli, Patriziolccn-nb2011003094University of GlasgowDepartment of Economicsviaf-208336509Trecroci, Carminelccn-n82254215Cukierman, Alexlccn-n79129620University of GlasgowDepartment of Political Economynp-trecroci, carmineTrecroci, Carminelccn-n84135643Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)lccn-n82218299Vines, DavidMuscatelli, VitantonioHistoryMonetary policyEurope--European Union countriesFiscal policyMonetary unionsEconomic policyMacroeconomicsEconomic stabilizationEconomic policy--International cooperationInstitutional economicsBanks and banking, CentralUnited StatesGroup of Seven countriesFiscal policy--Econometric modelsAnti-inflationary policiesGreat BritainForeign exchange rates--Econometric modelsExportsInternational economic relationsMonetary policy--Econometric modelsIntergovernmental fiscal relationsTaylor's rulePurchasing power parity--Econometric modelsIndustrial productivity--Econometric modelsIndustrial productivity--Mathematical modelsBusiness cycles--Mathematical modelsEconomic and Monetary UnionOECD countriesInternational economic integrationInterest rates--Government policyEconomic developmentPolitical stabilityInflation (Finance)Expenditures, PublicInterest ratesForeign exchange ratesIndustrial productivityPurchasing power parityFiscal policy--Mathematical modelsEquilibrium (Economics)Inflation (Finance)--Econometric modelsMonetary policy--Mathematical modelsBanks and banking, Central--Mathematical modelsEconomics1986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007201285499186339.5094HG925ocn797835569ocn797326969ocn46867769233521ocn017678710book19870.73Stevenson, AndrewMacroeconomic theory and stabilisation policy1637ocn034966340book19960.90Muscatelli, VitantonioEconomic and political institutions in economic policyGovernment and institutional failures have forced economists to consider matters which until recently were seen as peripheral to economics. Each of the chapters in this book highlights the importance of studying economic incentives when considering institutional design and focuses on current political issues. Bringing together leading names from different economic disciplines, the volume includes chapters on elections and the economy, distributional policies and constitutional design, and government and the market. Economic and political institutions in economic policy is the result of a series of public lectures delivered in the University of Glasgow as part of the Stevenson Lectures in Citizenship. It will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate economics students and to non-specialists with interests in the areas of public economics, microeconomics and international economics249ocn163375617book20010.47Cukierman, AlexDo central banks have precautionary demands for expansions and for price stability? : theory and evidenceThis paper analyses the impact of asymmetric preferences with respect to inflation and output by policymakers on interest-rate reaction functions and test for their existence. A modified New Keynesian framework which makes it possible to identify the dominant type of asymmetry is developed and related to the precautionary demand of policymakers for expansions and for low inflation. Using data for four G7 economies, the paper shows that, except for Germany, nonlinear and asymmetric behaviour is present. A main finding, for the US, is that after credibility-building and disinflation have been established, the monetary authority develops a greater precautionary demand for output expansions than for low inflation. This may generate a new type of inflation bias. Conversely, where, as is the case in the UK, credibility-building is still a concern for the authorities, managing the business cycle is dominated by concerns of the monetary authorities to keep inflation expectations low218ocn076173163book19990.35Muscatelli, VitantonioDoes institutional change really matter? : inflation targets, central bank reform and interest rate policy in the OECD countries202ocn249304730book20040.63Beetsma, Roel M. W. JMonetary policy, fiscal policies, and labour markets macroeconomic policymaking in the EMUThree years after the birth of the European Monetary Union (EMU) economists are still divided in assessing the ability of its key institutions to provide macroeconomic stability and foster necessary reforms. Blending empirical and theoretical data, experts offer a comprehensive survey of recent research in macroeconomic policymaking within the EMU+-+5358736705207ocn231969535book20020.47Muscatelli, VitantonioMonetary and fiscal policy interactions over the cycle : some empirical evidence175ocn076198405book19980.35Darby, JuliaPolitical uncertainty, public expenditure and growth153ocn231981692book20030.53Muscatelli, VitantonioFiscal and monetary policy interactions : empirical evidence and optimal policy using a structural new Keynesian model134ocn231981684book20030.47Muscatelli, VitantonioA simple and flexible alternative to the stability and growth pact deficit ceilings : is it at hand?123ocn022938134book19900.66Muscatelli, VitantonioThe empirical modelling of NIE exports : an evaluation of different approaches104ocn040754535book19980.47Muscatelli, VitantonioInstitutional change, inflation targeting and the stability of interest rate reaction functions103ocn175175517book20070.53Cukierman, AlexNon-linear Taylor rules and asymmetric preferences in central banking : evidence from the UK and the US91ocn231992282book20040.33Muscatelli, VitantonioCan fiscal policy help macroeconomic stabilisation? : evidence from a new Keynesian model with liquidity constraints : presented at CESifo Conference on Macro, Money and International Finance, February 200491ocn076563021book20040.33Darby, JuliaFiscal federalism, fiscal consolidations and cuts in central government grants evidence from an event study ; presented at TAPES Conference on Fiscal Federalism, May 200484ocn047985143book20010.47Muscatelli, VitantonioReal exchange rates in the long run : evidence from historical dataHistory85ocn043407106book19990.47Muscatelli, VitantonioPurchasing power parity and real exchange rates : do productivity trends and fiscal policy matter?84ocn045697268book20000.47Muscatelli, VitantonioCentral bank goals, institutional change and monetary policy : evidence from the US and UK72ocn045239567book20000.47Muscatelli, VitantonioMonetary policy on the road to EMU : the dominance of external constraints on domestic objectives71ocn060149275book19980.47Malley, James RThe interaction between business cycles and productivity growth : evidence from US industrial data72ocn051074779book20020.47Darby, JuliaFiscal federalism and fiscal autonomy : lessons for the UK from other industrialised countries+-+5358736705+-+5358736705Fri Mar 21 15:42:14 EDT 2014batch15433