Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-106) and index.
|Statement||Avishay Braverman ... [et al.].|
|Series||World Bank regional and sectoral studies|
|Contributions||Braverman, Avishay, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||HD9014.B82 C56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||92024969|
Commodity price stabilization: the theory and its application (English) Abstract. This essay attempts to clarify and simplify the results of the literature on price stabilization in order to provide a better sense of the conditions under which commodity stabilization schemes will be successful and the welfare effects of such schemes Cited by: In conclusion, the ;draper has ate-meted to point out to policy makers as well as to commodity modelers the most s;ruci~, aspects of appraising commodity price stabilization models. It has a11so ahem ri-d to provide a. unity of direction to current work by suggesting aspects of stabilization modeling that could be employed to produce more Cited by: Both books emphasized the intrinsic value of assets behind the short run market price. The macro policy proposal for a US commodity backed currency, was extended to the global arena in World Commodities and World Currency (). Written in part as a proposal to modify the Bretton Woods 'dollar' or 'bancor' proposals. Exploring China's transition to a socialist market economy, this book finds that the recent Chinese experience is unique and unprecedented. It seems plausible that the distinctive characteristics of China's market reform have been a result of correcting the big bang approach of Eastern European countries and unique conditions that China possesses.
Price Stabilization The ultimate goal of the steps a central bank takes to reduce inflation. That is, when prices are rising rapidly, the central bank may reduce the amount of money in circulation and/or raise interest rates to bring down the rate at which prices are rising. Price stabilization does not bring prices down to their former levels, but it. Goals / Objectives Farm and commodity policy has continually evolved, encompassing changing market conditions, priorities, and issues such as environmental and conservations issues and food safety. The mandate for ERS research on farm and commodity policy falls under USDA Strategic Goal 1, "Assist rural communities to create prosperity so . Bibliography Bibliography: p.  Summary This book is an important contribution to the debate on the new international economic order. The theory of commodity price stabilization is a subject of continuing and active policy concern to the developed and less developed countries. David Michael Garrood Newbery, CBE, FBA (born 1 June ), is a Professor of Applied Economics at the University of got this position in He specializes in the field of energy economics, and he writes on the regulation of electricity interests also include climate change mitigation and environmental policy, privatisation, and mater: University of Cambridge.
Commodity Price Stabilization in International Business Many developing nations exports are concentrated in only one or a few primary products and thus unstable export markets, worsening terms of trade, and limited access to world markets for the products can significantly reduce export revenues and seriously disrupt domestic income and. The growing concern with commodity price volatility is observable both in the industrial countries, as well as in the less developed world. For the latter, primary products are an important source of export earnings and as LDC's typically dependent on the exports of just one or two commodities, fluctuations in the prices of these goods are seen as damaging to the . RESOURCES POLICY March 27 Commodity price stabilization: Its effects on producers and consumers are higher when supply is based on expected prices than when it depends on actual prices'. 19 Finally, when the multiplicative risk model is introduced, price stabilization continues to yield a gain in total welfare, except if either supply or Cited by: 6. : The Theory of Commodity Price Stabilization: A Study in the Economics of Risk (): Newbery, David M. G., Stiglitz, Joseph E.: BooksCited by: