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EMU - A Swedish Perspective
Lars Calmfors, Harry Flam, Nils Gottfries, Janne Haaland Matlary, Magnus Jerneck
EMU - A Swedish Perspective provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the EMU project. The main advantages and disadvantages of a single currency are evaluated. A key feature of the analysis is the attempt to integrate economic and politic...
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'Nils Gottfries's thoughtful, consistent and lucid exposition breathes fresh air into a macroeconomics textbook. It balances descriptive realism with conceptual coherence judiciously, and its application of principles to the experiences of many countries over many decades is very welcome.' John Driffill, Birkbeck, University of London, UK 'This is a great book. It uses a consistent theory throughout, explains it well, and does a tremendous job in confronting theory with data.' Steinar Holden, University of Oslo, Norway 'This new intermediate textbook in macroeconomics succeeds in unifying long-run and short-run macroeconomic analysis by adopting an explicit monopolistic competition approach to firm behavior as well as forward-looking consumption and investment behavior. The book has a solid foundation in recent macroeconomic research on growth, unemployment, inflation, monetary and fiscal policy and business cycles, and it offers its readers an in-dept discussion of modern topics such as financial globalization, financial and government debt crises, and the role of institutions for good macroeconomic performance.' Erling Steigum, Norwegian Business School, Norway 'This is a superb book! It contains a rigorous treatment of the New-Keynesian model combined with illustrative examples and interesting policy discussions. Students will find the book well-written and easily accessible.' Fredrik NG Andersson, Lund University, Sweden 'This book is an excellent and innovative new textbook for intermediate macroeconomics, where conventional macroeconomics is explained with a deeper emphasis on the role of microfoundations. This allows students to be exposed to modern macroeconomic analysis in a rigorous yet still accessible way. The material is up-to-date with the inclusion of recent economic events, and the text offers very useful examples.' Gianluigi Vernasca, University of Essex, UK "What is particularly appealing is that the book succeeds in joining together short- and long-run theory in the same overall model framework based on imperfect competition with wage and price setting market participants." Christian Groth, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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Nils Gottfries is a Professor of Economics at Uppsala University, Sweden and former editor of The Scandinavian Journal of Economics. He has published extensively in journals including the QJE, JPE, EJ, EER. Most of his research has been concerned with the microeconomic foundations of macroeconomics, particularly the theory of the supply side: prices, wages, and unemployment. He was a member of the Swedish commission on the EMU. He has been teaching macroeconomics regularly at the intermediate and graduate levels.
Introduction.- PART I: THE LONG RUN Production, Prices and the Distribution of Income.- Interest Rates and Investment.- Consumption and the Natural Rate of Interest.- Capital Accumulation and Growth.- Wage Setting and Unemployment.- Money and Inflation in the Long Run.- PART II: THE SHORT RUN The Interest Rate and Production in the Short Run.- Economic Activity and Inflation in the Short Run.- PART III: ECONOMIC POLICY Monetary Policy.- Fiscal Policy.- PART IV: THE OPEN ECONOMY Exports, Imports, and International Financial Markets.- The Open Economy in the Long Run.- The Open Economy in the Short Run.- Exchange Rate Systems and Monetary Union.- PART V: BUSINESS CYCLES, POLICYMAKING, FINANCIAL MARKETS Business Cycles.- Institutions and Economic Policy.- Financial Markets.