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demand management

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(Economics) economics the regulation of total spending in an economy to required levels, attempted by a government esp in order to avoid unemployment or inflation: a measure advocated by Keynesian economists
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'Currently, we are working on stabilization policy. When this phase ends, we will work on the policies that will improve growth numbers,' the Advisor said here at the launching of Pakistan Economic Survey for the outgoing fiscal year (2018-19).
Concerning the stabilization policy, the auditors stated, "The county should establish a plan to set aside funds for use in emergency situations or when revenue shortages or budgetary imbalances arise.
The reports highlights that the stabilization policy measures taken by the Central Bank and the government in the past two years resulted in a number of notable improvements, although real economic growth faltered and recorded a multi year low during 2017.
2 housing stabilization policy takes hold, along with the government's extra spending.
"This is because any economic stabilization policy requires the harmonization of fiscal and monetary policies to create the necessary synergy for reversing inflation, exchange rate and unemployment," explained the lawmaker.
Subsequent chapters cover national income accounts, business cycles and stabilization policy, financial markets and monetary policy, international trade, the labor market, the Danish welfare model, industry structure, rules and regulations, and growth and education.
A decade later, Mundell (The Economics of Common Currencies, 1973a, 1973b) stressed that a monetary union should not be seen as costly for stabilization policy. The main cost of joining a monetary union is the loss of flexibility in macroeconomic stabilization policy when relinquishing control over exchange rate policy.
The net effect of stabilization policy would depend upon the quantities of coal and gas exported, which are currently unknown.
The authors construct a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model to study optimal monetary stabilization policy. Prices are fully flexible and money is essential for trade.
"While this stabilization policy eases the tax burden in the frothy years, it adds to the tax burden when property values start to decline, which is why the property taxes collected increased from 2008 to 2012," according to the report.
Eleven chapters are presented on such topics as stabilization policy with an endogenous commercial bank; post-Keynesian proposals for the banking system and the US government's financial institutions; the experience of developing economies with financial market organizations, central banks, and credits; central bank responses to financial crises; financial crisis, state of confidence, and economic policies in a post-Keynesian stock-flow consistent model; the political economy of the Bank of Canada in a period of financial chaos; financial stability and the euro; and quantitative easing in the United States after the crisis.

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