Private investment and macroeconomic adjustment : an overview
AbstractThis paper reviews current investment theories, recent models linking macroeconomic policies and private investment, and the effect of uncertainty and credibility on irreversible investment decisions. Empirical studies on the subject are also reviewed, and the general implications of this literature for the design of growth-oriented adjustment programs are discussed.
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Date of creation: 31 Dec 1989
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