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A Note on the Mundell-Fleming Model: Policy Implications on Factor Migration
The policy implications of the seminal Mundell-Fleming model are reviewed in the classicallong-term regime of the full Neo-Keynesian macroeconomic model. It is shown that, besides thetemporary capital flows described by ...
Optimization of City Size
Club theoretic analysis of migration between asymmetric cities shows that centralized policy intervention is necessary to ensure the efficient allocation of people between cities. Quantity rationing and equalizing lump-sum ...
Optimal Formation of Cities: Policy Considerations
Club theoretic analysis of migration between profoundly asymmetric cities shows that centralizedpolicy intervention is necessary to ensure efficient allocation of people between cities. Quantity rationingand equalizing ...
Hämeen etanoli- ja biokaasutehtaan yhteiskuntataloudellisen kannattavuuden arviointi
(Tampereen yliopisto, 2007)
Tämän tutkimuksen tavoitteena on arvioida Hämeen etanoli- ja biokaasutehtaan yhteiskuntataloudellista kannattavuutta. Tutkimus on kustannus-hyötyanalyysi, jossa tehdashankkeen taloudelliset vaikutukset lasketaan ...
A Note on the Two-Sector Model of Regional Factor Allocation
The standard neoclassical Two-Sector Model of inter-regional factor allocation says that a positive demand shock in one region starts immigration of both labour and capital into the region, but that the market adjustment ...
Migration, Policy, and Formation of Cities
Efficient allocation of resources is the cornerstone of market economy, and migration of people is an elementary part of the allocation mechanism. This paper presents a simple club theoretic model of migration between ...
Neo-Keynesian Macroeconomics of Inter-National Factor Allocation
In the Neo-Keynesian macroeconomic model demand shocks have no long-run real effects on production, real wages and real interest rates. Therefore, there should be no effects on factor migration either. During the short-term ...
INTER-CITY MIGRATION AND POLICY
The seminal Buchanan-Ng club model is used to analyze optimal allocation ofpopulation between non-homogenous cities. Because of externalities (marginal welfareeffects), migration cannot alone ensure efficiency and policy ...
Inter-Regional Factor Allocation in the Neo-Keynesian Macroeconomic Model
The standard neoclassical Two-Sector Model of inter-regional factor allocation says that apositive demand shock in one region starts immigration of both labour and capital, but that theadjustment of market prices eventually ...
General Equilibrium Elaboration of the Classical Model of Migration
The classic type of analysis of inter-regional migration is derived from the traditional trade doctrine, expressed in terms of labour markets. The approach is here given a general equilibrium elaboration by including ...