Policy suggestions for the initial development of VietNam’s gas industry aims to discuss policy choices for the development of Vietnam’s gas industry. These policies must meet a number of criteria to be suitable for Vietnam, an emerging market which seeks to attract investment.
The impossible trinity theory states that a country simultaneously may choose at most two of the following three goals: monetary independence, exchange rare stability and fully financial integration. In the context of financial integration steadily increasing in most countries, the choices and trade-offs between policy objectives become more and more important, because a combined policy will bring different effects for the economy.
Essays on Dividend Policy Recall, however, that there are large
differences between high-choice and low-choice MSAs in both SAT-taking rates and student
characteristics (from Tables 1.1 and 1.3). Columns B, C, and D add controls for the SATtaking
rate and the average background index of SAT-takers.
This unusual and difficult balance is on full display in Kelman's ambitious attempt to address the most vexing problem of the social reform agenda: How should the costs of social programs be borne? Based on his well-received Cooley Lectures at the University of Michigan, Kelman's book seeks the guiding constitutional and policy considerations that should constrain government action. The topics covered include such front-burner issues as the revitalization of takings doctrine and the debates over the role of tax subsidies for desired private conduct.
Challenges to sustaining the productivity of oceanic and coastal fisheries
have become more critical and complex as these fisheries reach the upper
limits to ocean harvests. In addition, it is now clear that we are managing
interactive and dynamic food webs rather than sets of independent single-species
ESSAYS ON ENROLLMENT POLICIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION None of the estimates presented in this section supports the hypothesis that effective
schools are more likely to attract the best peer groups in markets with fragmented school
governance than in those where Tiebout choice is more difficult to exercise.
The Market for Higher Education: Economic Analyses of College Choice , Returns , and State Aid Policy A thesis Present I find suggestive evidence, however, that her estimates, from a sample of
public school students, are upward biased by selection into private schools. Moreover, an
investigation of the sampling variability of Hoxbys estimates leads to the conclusion that her
standard errors are understated, and that even her own point estimates of the competitive
effect are not significantly different from zero....
EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH EVIDENCE FROM CHINA AND POLICY IMLICATION Column C allows the racial and ethnic composition of SAT-takers to have an
independent effect on average SAT scores. If there are cultural biases in SAT scores, for
example, individual ethnicity may have a different effect than does the composition of the
peer group. The coefficients on racial composition variables are large and significant, but
again their inclusion has essentially no effect on the parameter of interest, the interaction of
average peer quality with Tiebout choice....
RISKY HEALTH. BEHAVIORS AND PUBLIC POLICY Consistent with the results on within-market sorting, I
also find no evidence that Tiebout choice increases average SAT scores across markets, as
would be expected if choice increases competitive pressure for administrators to run
Three Essays on Public Policy and Labor Economics I interpret the chapters results as cautious
support for the first of these, though the second would equally well explain the results and in
any case their implications for the productivity benefits of Tiebout choice are the same.
s outlined in the section on advertising Facebook’s policy is that it does not allow the
serving of ads based on the use of sensitive data as defined under EU law. In practice, however, it
does seem that it is possible to use such information as contained in a profile. In this respect, it is
not inappropriate for FB-I to claim legitimate interests for the processing of profile, interest and
‘like’ information entered by a user if it were considered that consent would not be a sufficiently
robust basis for such processing. Regardless, there needs to be...
This article addresses some issues involved in using the term structure
to conduct monetary policy. I begin by discussing the long bond rate as an
indicator of inﬂation expectations. Second, I comment on the role that bond
rates have played in recent U.S. monetary history. Third, I explain how infor-
mation in the yield curve can be used to overcome what I call the “policy in
the pipeline problem.” Fourth, I review recent empirical evidence supporting
the two theoretical views underlying our understanding of the term structure.
In this chapter you will: Understand how pricing objectives should guide strategic planning for pricing decisions; understand choices the marketing manager must make about price flexibility and price levels over the product life cycle; understand the many possible variations of a price structure, including discounts, allowances, and who pays transportation costs;...
Chapter 11 - The structural stagnation policy dilemma. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Differentiate a structural stagnation from a standard recession, demonstrate in the AS/AD model how globalization can mask inflationary pressures caused by expansionary policies, explain the role of globalization and the financial bubble in creating a structural stagnation problem, outline the policy choices that policy makers have to deal with structural stagnation.
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This chapter define fiscal policy and describe fiscal goals and instruments at the macroeconomic, sectoral and microeconomic levels; discuss the evolution of views on the macroeconomic role of fiscal policy, focusing on the distinction between the Keynesian and structural approaches and the choice between discretionary and rulesbased fiscal regimes; distinguish between the various definitions of budget balance and explain the economic significance of each;...
Chapter 28 - The structural stagnation policy dilemma. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Differentiate a structural stagnation from a standard recession, demonstrate in the AS/AD model how globalization can mask inflationary pressures caused by expansionary policies, explain the role of globalization and the financial bubble in creating a structural stagnation problem, outline the policy choices that policy makers have to deal with structural stagnation.
Chapter 23 - Public policy and choice architecture. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How to define choice architecture, and how nudges influence individual decision making? In what ways human decision‐making does not conform to the model of full information and rational choices? How demand for commitment devices can be rational?...
Chapter 1 (Appendix) - Limits, alternatives, and choices. This chapter presents the following content: Construction of a graph, direct and inverse relationships, slope of a line, equation of a linear relationship, equation of a line, slope of a nonlinear curve.