on the theory of economic policy

By: Language: English Series: contributions to economic analysis ; i | johnston, j. (ed.) | sandee, j. (ed.) | strotz, r.h. (ed.) | et alPublication details: amsterdam : north-holland publishing company 1966Edition: 4. prDescription: 78 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: definition of economic policy: quantitative vs qualitative policy; preference indicator; the theory of economic policy; variables: data, targets, instruments (or political parameters) and irrelevant variables; conditional and unconditional targets; static and dynamic processes; relations: structural relations and boundary conditions, examples of models; alternative setups; logical structure of simplest quantitative policy problem (targets and instruments in equal numbers); directives; inequality between number of targets and number of instruments: incompatible targets or alternative instruments; complications created by boundary conditions; effectiveness of political instruments; reliability of results; treatment of complicated problems by splitting up in stages; a systematic survey of the characteristics of economic policy; the reality of economic policy;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 2833-A Available IHS100797507

from the table of contents: definition of economic policy: quantitative vs qualitative policy; preference indicator; the theory of economic policy; variables: data, targets, instruments (or political parameters) and irrelevant variables; conditional and unconditional targets; static and dynamic processes; relations: structural relations and boundary conditions, examples of models; alternative setups; logical structure of simplest quantitative policy problem (targets and instruments in equal numbers); directives; inequality between number of targets and number of instruments: incompatible targets or alternative instruments; complications created by boundary conditions; effectiveness of political instruments; reliability of results; treatment of complicated problems by splitting up in stages; a systematic survey of the characteristics of economic policy; the reality of economic policy;

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