Rebalancing by Atoyan, Ruben

Full Title: Rebalancing: Evidence From Current Account Adjustment In Europe
Author/Editor(s): Ruben Atoyan; Jonathan Manning; Jesmin Rahman
ISBN: 1484384040, 9781484384046
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Published Place: Washington, D.C.
Published/Copyright Year: 2013
Language: English
Series: IMF Working Papers ( Volume Working Paper No. 13/74 )
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Number of pages: 1 online resource (29 pages)
Categories:
Balance Of Payments Crisis
Bilateral Trade
Capital Flow Reversal
Capital Flows
Capital Inflows
Capital Outflows
Closed Economies
Consumer Price Index
Consumption
Country And Industry Studies Of Trade
Current Account Balances
Current Account Deficits
Domestic Consumption
Domestic Demand
Economic Integration
Emerging Markets
Exchange Rate Policy
Exchange Rate Regime
Exchange Rate Regimes
Export Market
Export Performance
Export Sector
Export Structure
Fiscal Policy
Floating Exchange Rate Regime
Foreign Capital
Foreign Capital Flows
Foreign Capital Inflows
Import Demand
Income Convergence
Income Differentials
Massive Capital Inflows
Monetary Union
Oil Prices
Open Economy
Partner Countries
Partner Country
Private Capital Inflows
Private Financing
Public Expenditures, Investment, And Finance
Real Appreciation
Real Effective Exchange Rate
Saving
Taxation
Tradable Goods
Trade Flows
Trade Imbalances
Trade Partners
Trading Partners
Unemployment Rate
Wage Adjustments
Bulgaria
Europe
Ireland
Portugal
Spain


Content:
After the 2003-2007 economic boom, European countries with large pre-crisis current account imbalances are undergoing adjustments. Countries are adjusting at different paces and ways reflecting the source and magnitude of imbalances, availability of financing, competitiveness of the tradable sector and external environment. While emerging European countries with large pre-crisis imbalances and a fixed exchange rate regime have seen sharp current account adjustments and a rebound in growth, adjustment in the euro zone periphery countries, which are also carrying a legacy of pre-crisis CA imbalances, has been gradual with difficulties bringing back growth. This paper is an empirical investigation of current account adjustment in Europe with a focus on these two groups, looking at contributions from cyclical and other factors, and seeking to draw policy conclusions.

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ISBNPlus ID: UPE.BD102.7325-11-2194520
Form: Nonfiction
Released Date: 20151203

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APA Style:
Atoyan, R., Manning, J. & Rahman, J. (2013). Rebalancing: Evidence From Current Account Adjustment In Europe. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund.

MLA Style:
Atoyan, Ruben, Jonathan Manning, and Jesmin Rahman. Rebalancing: Evidence From Current Account Adjustment In Europe. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, 2013. Print.

Chicago Style:
Atoyan, Ruben, Jonathan Manning, and Jesmin Rahman. Rebalancing: Evidence From Current Account Adjustment In Europe. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, 2013.