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The new structuralist critique of financial liberalization

Dorian Owen

The new structuralist critique of financial liberalization

the role of unorganised money markets and "unproductive" assets

by Dorian Owen

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Published by University of Reading in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Dorian Owen and Otton Solis Fallas.
SeriesDiscussion papers in economics. Series A / University of Reading -- no.177
ContributionsFallas, Otton Solis.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22689662M

The structuralist approach to development policy (English) Abstract. Structuralist methodology and development policy are examined and compared to other major development policy approaches. The structuralist approach focuses on various types of structural disequilibria. In domestic policy, this approach can be used to Cited by: The Financial Liberalization approach that grew out of the critique of Financial Repression in developing countries in s and s (McKinnon () and Shaw ()) has become a corner-stone of the market-oriented development strategy of the last few decades.

This book is an outcome of a research project “Economic Liberalization under the Cardoso Administration and Structural Changes in the Brazilian Industry” conducted in Rio de Janeiro during the period from June to February The research was funded by the Institute of Developing Economies – Japan External Trade Organization and. Financial Liberalization and Its Impact on Monetary Policy: A Comparative Study on Asia and Latin America (Europäische Hochschulschriften / European / Publications Universitaires Européennes) [Stahn, Christina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Financial Liberalization and Its Impact on Monetary Policy: A Comparative Study on Asia and Latin America (Europäische Author: Christina Stahn.

Cambridge Core - Macroeconomics - Varieties of Liberalization and the New Politics of Social Solidarity - by Kathleen Thelen Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by: Structural adjustment programs (SAPs) consist of loans provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB) to countries that experienced economic crises. The two Bretton Woods Institutions require borrowing countries to implement certain policies in order to obtain new loans (or to lower interest rates on existing ones). These policies were typically centered around.


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The new structuralist critique of financial liberalization Van Wijnbergen's (19b) analysis is developed in the context of a simplified Tobin-style portfolio approach which concentrates on the balance sheets of households (surplus units), firms (deficit units), banks (operating in the `organized' or `formal' credit markets) and the central by: The neo-structuralist critique of the McKinnon–Shaw financial liberalization prescription rests fundamentally on the consideration that formal financial intermediaries have significantly higher reserve ratios than informal by: The new structuralists' critique of financial liberalization emphasizes the role of informal credit markets in financing firms' residual credit demand in LDCs and the relevance of households' Author: Konstantinos Loizos.

Dorian Owen, P. & Solis-Fallas, Otto, "Unorganized money markets and unproductive assets in the new structuralist critique of financial liberalization," Journal. "Formal and informal financial markets, and the neo-structuralist critique of the financial liberalization strategy in less developed countries," Journal of Development Economics, Elsevier, vol.

Based on a simple model, the authors predict that financial liberalization, by equalizing access to credit, reduces the variation in expected marginal returns. They test this prediction using a new financial liberalization index and firm-level data for five emerging markets: India.

We account for the appreciation of the real exchange rate in Mexico between and using a two sector dynamic general equilibrium model of a small open economy with two driving forces: (i) differential productivity growth across sectors and (ii) a decline in the cost of borrowing in foreign markets.

These two mechanisms account for 60 percent of the decline in the relative price of Cited by: 1. Auerbach and Siddiki ( ) define financial liberalisation as the elimination of a series of impediments in the financial sector in order to bring it in line with that of the developed economies.

There are principally three types of financial liberalisation. Firstly. Structuralist Macroeconomics and the New Developmentalism Luiz CarLoS BreSSer-Pereira* This paper first presents some basic ideas and models of a structuralist develop-ment macroeconomics that complements and actualizes the ideas of the structuralist development economics that was dominant between the s and the s.

Financial Liberalization and the Reconstruction of State-Market Relations book. By Robert he argues that structural change brought on by transnational production and post-industrialization has created space for non-state actors to acquire autonomy from sovereign entities.

Implications of a New Financial Order. With Robert B. Packer Author: Robert B. Packer. This study assessed the impact of the liberalization of the Nigerian financial system on the structural changes witnessed in the system as a result of liberalization as well as the impact of the resulting structural change on economic growth using a three stage least.

Unorganized money markets and unproductive assets in the new structuralist critique of financial liberalization. Dorian Owen and Otto Solis-Fallas. Journal of Development Economics,vol. 31, issue 2, Date: References: Add references at CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (7) Track citations by RSS feed Downloads: (external link)Cited by: The analysis provides the basis for broader propositions about the policy space of developing countries vis-à-vis financial institutions and the variability of structural power.

View Show abstract. Unorganized money markets and unproductive assets in the new structuralist critique of financial liberalization By P. Dorian Owen and Otto Solis-Fallas OAI identifier:Author: P. Dorian Owen and Otto Solis-Fallas.

Owen, P. and Solis-Fallas, O. (), ‘Unorganized Money Markets and “Unproductive” Assets in the New Structuralist Critique of Financial Liberalization’, Journal of Cited by: 6. Moreover, with the assumption of a strong response of savings to the rate of interest, higher interest rates are expected to increase financial intermediation (the level of financial asset channelled by the financial system).

1 Strictly under these strong assumptions, it is likely that financial liberalization produces higher savings which ultimately fosters economic development through Author: Abdullahi Dahir Ahmed, Sardar M. Islam. Structuralism, in a broader sense, is a way of perceiving the world in terms of structures.

First seen in the work of the anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss and the literary critic Roland Barthes, the essence of Structuralism is the belief that “things cannot be understood in isolation, they have to be seen in the context of larger structures they are part of”, The contexts of larger.

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IMF Working Paper WP/93/7 Ghosh, Atish R., and Jonathan D Ostry, "Export Instability and the External Balance in Developing. 1ABSTRACT The Mckinnon-Shaw Hypothesis: Thirty Years on: A Review of Recent Developments in Financial Liberalization Theory by Dr Firdu Gemech and.

regarding saving rates. Indeed, in the studies reviewed here, in. use a financial liberalization index to capture the impact of financial liberalization policies on economic growth, which was earlier constructed for Pakistan by Hye and Wizarat () using Bandiera et al.

Eleven financial liberalization policy components were used by Hye and Wizarat to compute the financial liberalization index. structuralism. Post-structuralist investigations tend to be politically oriented, as many of them believe the world which we think, we inhabit is merely a social construct with different ideologies pushing for hegemony.

Origin and Development of Post Structuralism. Post structuralism evolved in the late s as a critique of structuralist File Size: KB.The question of China’s financial liberalization emerged in the late s and early s, when the chairman Deng Xiaoping kicked off the great transition of China’s economy from a Communist, or Maoist, to a hybrid socialist-capitalist system.

The opening of China’s market to foreign capital and the control on domestic capital crossing Chinese borders became two major issues in China Author: Paolo Balmas.Structuralist economics is an approach to economics that emphasizes the importance of taking into account structural features when undertaking economic analysis.

The approach originated with the work of the Economic Commission for Latin America and is primarily associated with its director Raúl Prebisch and Brazilian economist Celso Furtado.

Prebisch began with arguments that economic inequality and distorted development was an inherent structural .