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Makroökonomische Bedingungen für die Rückkehr zur Vollbeschäftigung: Plädoyer für einen mehrdimensionalen Ansatz

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  • Ulrich Fritsche


    (Department for Economics and Politics, University of Hamburg, and DIW Berlin)

  • Erik Klaer


    (German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin))

  • Jirka Slacalek


    (German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin))

  • Florian Zinsmeister


    (German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin))

Das Papier untersucht die makroökonomischen Determinanten der Arbeitslosigkeit. Dabei werden die Argumente neoklassisch-monetaristischer, neukeynesianischer und postkeynesianischer Provinienz auf ihren Gehalt sowohl theoretisch wie empirisch überprüft. Das Hauptgewicht der Analyse wird auf die Interaktion von Institutionen, Schocks und Makropolitik gelegt. Ausgehend von den Politikoptionen in dem einheitlichen Währungsraum der EWU-Mitgliedsländer, wird für einen mehrdimensionalen Ansatz der Wirtschaftspolitik plädiert: Angebotsseitige Maßnahmen (Lohnnebenkostensenkung, Gütermarktreformen) sollten durch eine expansivere Geld- und Fiskalpolitik begleitet werden, wobei eine europäisch koordinierte Lohnpolitik flankierend notwendig wäre.

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Paper provided by Hamburg University, Department Wirtschaft und Politik in its series Macroeconomics and Finance Series with number 200701.

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Length: 129 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2006
Handle: RePEc:hep:macppr:200701
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