Economic Policy, Financial Markets, and Economic Growth

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Economic Policy, Financial
Markets, and Economic Growth

EDITED BY Benjamin Zycher and Lewis C. Solmon

Westview Press BOULDER © SAN FRANCISCO · OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword - Lowell Milken vii
  • The Milken Institute for Job and Capital Formation: An Introduction 1
  • Part One - Capital Markets, Capital Formation, Savings, and Economic Growth 3
  • Introduction 5
  • 1 - Economic Growth, Convergence, and Government Policies 9
  • Notes 27
  • References 27
  • 2 - Deposit Insurance, Savings, and Economic Growth 29
  • Notes 48
  • References 50
  • Comment 53
  • Notes 68
  • References 70
  • Comment 73
  • Part Two - Financial Markets and Economic Regulation 77
  • Introduction 79
  • 3 - Financial Repression and the Capital Crunch Recession: Political and Regulatory Barriers to Growth Economics 81
  • Conclusion 111
  • 4 Bank Capitalization Standards, the Credit Crunch, and Resource Allocation Under Regulation 115
  • Notes 130
  • References 132
  • Comment 135
  • Notes 156
  • References 156
  • Comment 157
  • References 160
  • Part Three - Monetary and Fiscal Policy 163
  • Introduction 165
  • 5 - Monetary Policy: Some Theory and Evidence 167
  • Notes 185
  • References 186
  • 6 - Monetary Aggregates and Monetary Policy 189
  • Notes 208
  • References 209
  • Comment 211
  • Comment 215
  • Notes 228
  • References 229
  • Part Four - Government Spending and Taxation 231
  • Introduction 233
  • 7 - Fiscal Effects on U.S. Economic Growth 235
  • References 246
  • 8 - Capital Formation, Economic Growth, and Jobs: a Heretical Tax Strategy for Economic Growth 247
  • Notes 263
  • References 265
  • Comment 267
  • Comment 275
  • Notes 282
  • Part Five - Concluding Thoughts 283
  • 9 - Economic Literacy and Economic Growth 285
  • References 294
  • About the Book 296
  • About the Contributors 297
  • Conference Participants 305
  • Index 307
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