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The Role of Expectations in Monetary Policy: Evolution of Theories and the Bank of Japan’s Experience – episode 2

Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan Speech at the University of Oxford, June 8, 2017 2.Deflation in Japan: Declines in Potential Growth Rate and Inflation Expectations. Since the 1990s, economic volatility has sharply decreased in many advanced economies. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke referred to this as the “Great Moderation” and argued …

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The Role of Expectations in Monetary Policy: Evolution of Theories and the Bank of Japan’s Experience – episode 1

Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan Speech at the University of Oxford., June 8, 2017 Introduction I am very honored to have the opportunity to give a speech at Oxford University today. At the same time, it is also an extremely emotional experience from a personal point of view. I was a graduate …

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October 2018 IMF Regional Economic Outlook for Asia and Pacific

Sebagaimana di sampaikan Menkeu dan Gubernur BI di Metro TV yang lalu bahwa dalam pertemuan di IMF dan WB Group Annual Meeting 2018 di Bali khususnya antara para Menkeu dan Pimpinan Bank Sentral dilakukan secara tertutup sehingga mereka dalam diskusi dapat menyampaikan secara terbuka. Sebagai bukti nyata  IMF dan para peserta tersebut (termasuk The FED) …

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At IMF meeting in Indonesia, China’s globalization agenda gets left behind (episode 1)

by Yawen Chen, David Lawder Reuters, Okt 15, 2018 Nusa Dua, Indonesia – Tiga hari sebelum Presiden AS Donald Trump menjabat pada Januari 2017, Presiden China Xi Jinping menggambarkan Beijing sebagai juara dan pembela globalisasi di Forum Ekonomi Dunia Davos di tengah meningkatnya kekhawatiran proteksionisme perdagangan. Beberapa bulan kemudian, ketika Xi meluncurkan sebuah forum tentang …

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Problem Utang Jepang dan cara mengatasinya

Oleh Lakshya Narula pada 13 Mei 2017  Lakshya Narula hanyalah insinyur berusia 22 tahun yang beralih menjadi mahasiswa ekonomi yang mencoba membuat tekanan di komunitas ekonomi. Seorang mahasiswa ekonomi otodidak dan seorang penulis reguler di Quora yang ingin mengejar karir di bidang ekonomi. Pemerintah pusat Jepang memiliki lebih dari 1.000.000.000.000.000 Yen  utang ($ 11 Triliun), …

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Per Jacobsson Panel: Is There a New Orthodoxy for monetary Policy

Opening Remarks: David Lipton David Lipton assumed the position of First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund on September 1, 2011. On March 28, 2016, he was reappointed for a second five-year term beginning September 1, 2016. Before coming to the Fund, Mr. Lipton was Special Assistant to the President, and served as …

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IMF & World Bank Group Annual Meeting 2018 – Investing in People: The Time is Now

IMF & World Bank Group Annual Meeting 2018 – Investing in People: The Time is Now

 Global economic growth is continuing, but with intensified risks that include policy uncertainty, geopolitical developments, a gradual tightening of financing conditions, and a rise in debt levels and currency volatility. The World Bank Group is helping member countries address these challenges, through a combination of financial assistance and policy advice to promote robust and inclusive …

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IMF Country Focus – Keeping Asia at the Forefront Amid Growing Risks

October 11, 2018 Asia continues to drive the global economy, with growth forecast at 5.6 percent this year and 5.4 percent in 2019. But there are risks ahead, brought on by tighter financial conditions, rising trade tensions, and slowing momentum in China, according to the IMF’s The Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific, which was …

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