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Policy complementarities

Policy complementarities

the case for fundamental labor market reform.

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Published by International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/96/93
ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 36 p. ;
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL16764494M

Openness Can be Good for Growth: The Role of Policy Complementarities Roberto Chang, Linda Kaltani, Norman Loayza. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Finance and Macroeconomics, International Trade and Investment This paper studies how the effect of trade openness on economic growth .   The concept of institutional complementarity plays an important role in the comparative analysis of capitalism. It has often been criticised for being too static and too functionalist, unable to explain change because it would propose a view of institutional forms fitting perfectly with one another.

Institutional Conflicts and Complementarities: Monetary Policy and Wage Bargaining Institutions in EMU [Robert Franzese, Peter Mooslechner, Martin Schürz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This important collection presents an authoritative selection of papers on Institutional Conflicts and Complementarities This publication is intent on building bridges between economics. This is a revised version of the first half of the paper “Externalities versus technological complementarities: a model of GPT-driven, sustained growth” delivered at the conference in honour of the 20th anniversary of Nelson and Winter’s book An Evolutionary Theory Of Economic Change, Aalborg, Denmark, 12–15 June We are indebted for comments and suggestions to Dieter Ernst, .

Quantitative measures of policy complementarity are developed, and the study shows empirically, both through an outcomes-based probability framework and standard regression analysis, that these complementarities are significant and robust in explaining growth outcomes over the period I. Introduction. Improving education quality in low-income countries is a top priority for the global human development agenda (United Nations ), with governments and donors spending over a hundred billion dollars annually on education (World Bank ).Yet developing country education systems have found it difficult to convert increases in spending and enrollment into improvements in.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coe, David T. Policy complementarities. [Washington, Policy complementarities book International Monetary Fund, Research Dept., © Get this from a library. Policy complementarities and the Washington consensus. [Jahangir Aziz; Robert F Wescott; International Monetary Fund.

Research Department.] -- Annotation While economists continue to debate whether particular economic policies, such as those referred to in Willliamsons () Washington Consensus, can spur growth in developing countries.

The paper analyses complementarities among a variety of labour market policies. It shows: (a) that a wide range of labour market institutions (e.g. unemployment benefits, job security legislation. Under these circumstances, incremental, small-scale adjustments of existing policy packages are doomed to failure.

Our analysis suggests, instead, that the European unemployment problem should be tackled through "broad" reforms that manage to exploit the salient economic and political complementarities among individual policy measures.

Policy Complementarities: The Case for Fundamental Labour Market Reform. David Coe and Dennis Snower (). NoCEPR Discussion Papers from C.E.P.R.

Discussion Papers Abstract: The paper analyses complementarities among a variety of labour market policies. It shows: (a) that a wide range of labour market institutions (e.g.

unemployment benefits, job security legislation and payroll taxes Cited by: ‘The duality and complementarities of marketplace and Cyberspace raise the issue of relationship-building in an environment that is both virtual and physical.’ ‘Many fruit and vegetable growers also grew tobacco, since there exist complementarities between horticultural crops and tobacco.’.

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Mixes of various policy instruments are crucial for triggering sustainability transitions. • Desirable interactions and relationships across instruments can be understood as complementarities.

• While policy mixes require complementarity, empirical understanding into strategies for this is lacking. "Openness can be good for growth: the role of policy complementarities," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

Roberto Chang, & Linda Kaltani & Norman Loayza, "Openness Can be Good for Growth: The Role of Policy Complementarities," Working Papers Central Bank of ChileCentral Bank of Chile.

policy design, inclusive stakeholder engagement, conducive context and a coherent implementation strategy. Based on these dimensions, the paper proposes a generic framework and a complementary set of questions and principles for action that can guide policy makers to design, analyse and carry out their education policy.

Complementarity definition is - the quality or state of being complementary. How to use complementarity in a sentence. Many studies have examined the impact of immigration on native-born wages. Some of these studies have relied upon education-experience groups to define labor markets and identify the wage elasticity with respect to immigrant labor supply.

ownership and elevate the policy debate on STI for SDGs, informing on the areas of common interests among UN Member States, strengthening complementarities of UN system initiatives on STI in a demand-driven manner, and effectively facilitating relevant national and international efforts.

Get this from a library. Openness can be good for growth: the role of policy complementarities. [Roberto Chang; Linda Kaltani; Norman Loayza; World Bank. Development Research Group. Growth and Investment Team.] -- The authors study how the effect of trade openness on economic growth depends on complementary reforms that help a country take advantage of international competition.

In search of institutional complementarities: Comparative Capitalism and economic policy reform Article in Journal of Economic Policy Reform September with 58 Reads How we measure 'reads'. 2 days ago  NBER Economics of Education Program. List of Members Program Working Papers, in chronological order.

Caroline Hoxby * [The following Program Report, the most recent on this program, appeared in Number 1 issue of the NBER Reporter.] The enterprise of education has a supply side, where institutions produce education, and an investment side, where people acquire education.

This paper argues that an important group of labor market policies are complementary in the sense that the effect of each policy is greater when implemented in conjunction with the other policies than in isolation.

This may explain why the diverse, piecemeal labor market reforms in many European countries in recent years have had so little success in reducing unemployment. Downloadable (with restrictions). The paper analyses complementarities among a variety of labour market policies. It shows: (a) that a wide range of labour market institutions (e.g.

unemployment benefits, job security legislation and payroll taxes) have complementary effects on unemployment; and thus (b) that policies aimed at reforming these institutions are also complementary. COVID Resources.

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Complementarity principle, in physics, tenet that a complete knowledge of phenomena on atomic dimensions requires a description of both wave and particle properties. The principle was announced in by the Danish physicist Niels ing on the experimental arrangement, the behaviour of such phenomena as light and electrons is sometimes wavelike and sometimes particle-like; i.e., such.

Downloadable! Author(s): Pierre Mohnen & Lars-Hendrick Röller. Abstract: This paper develops a framework for testing discrete complementarities in innovation policy using European data on obstacles to innovation. We propose a discrete test of supermodularity in innovation policy leading to a number of inequality constraints.

We apply our test to two types of innovation decisions: to.This paper has the objective of bringing to light and comparing two different types of institutional arrangements existing in two different prefecture-level cities in China: Nanjing and Suzhou.

Although both are considered affluent cities, and located in the same broad economic area, the Yangtze River Delta (YRD), and the same sub-provincial region, Southern Jiangsu, the cities present.The authors study how the effect of trade openness on economic growth depends on complementary reforms that help a country take advantage of international competition.