• Wyzwania polityki makroekonomicznej krajów na różnym poziomie rozwoju wobec zmian w gospodarce światowej

Monografia przedstawia wyzwania w zakresie polityki makroekonomicznej, z którymi mierzą się kraje na różnym poziomie rozwoju w dobie dynamicznych zmian we współczesnym świecie. Poruszana problematyka odnosi się również do nieoczekiwanego sprawdzianu, jakiemu zostały poddane gospodarki w okresie kryzysu wywołanego pandemią COVID-19.

Podtytuł Wyzwania polityki makroekonomicznej krajów na różnym poziomie rozwoju wobec zmian w gospodarce światowej
Autor Marta Wajda-Lichy, Jakub Janus, Krystian Mucha , Marta Sordyl
Rok wydania 2022
Oprawa Miękka
Format 165x235
Stron 152
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ISBN 978-83-8102-564-5

Monografia przedstawia wyzwania w zakresie polityki makroekonomicznej, z którymi mierzą się kraje na różnym poziomie rozwoju w dobie dynamicznych zmian we współczesnym świecie. Poruszana problematyka odnosi się również do nieoczekiwanego sprawdzianu, jakiemu zostały poddane gospodarki w okresie kryzysu wywołanego pandemią COVID-19. Kolejne części publikacji odpowiadają na pytania:
- W jaki sposób rozwój technologii cyfrowych wpływa na przeobrażenia handlu międzynarodowego?
- Co decyduje o podatności gospodarek wschodzących na wahania na światowych rynkach finansowych?
- Czy propozycje zmian strategii polityki pieniężnej stanowią istotną alternatywę dla standardowych praktyk banków centralnych?
- Jak polityka rynku pracy może przeciwdziałać ekonomicznym i społecznym skutkom zakłóceń gospodarczych?

Autorzy, pracownicy Katedry Makroekonomii Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie, czerpią z doświadczeń szerokiej grupy gospodarek, podejmują najnowsze wątki teoretyczne i empiryczne oraz formułują wnioski dla polityki makroekonomicznej w zakresie jej celów i narzędzi w nowej, postpandemicznej rzeczywistości.

Wstęp 9

Rozdział 1
Handel zagraniczny w dobie cyfryzacji - implikacje dla polityki handlowej krajów na średnim i wysokim poziomie rozwoju - Marta Wajda-Lichy 15
1.1. Definiowanie i pomiar handlu zagranicznego w dobie cyfryzacji 17
1.2. Obszary wykorzystania technologii cyfrowej w handlu zagranicznym i jej wpływ na kształt globalnego łańcucha wartości 20
1.3. Udziały krajów na średnim i wysokim poziomie rozwoju w handlu zagranicznym wykorzystującym technologię cyfrową 24
1.4. Wpływ cyfryzacji na rozkład wartości dodanej między krajami rozwiniętymi i rozwijającymi się 27
1.5. Polityka handlowa i regulacje w dobie cyfryzacji 32
1.6. Nowy wymiar regionalnych porozumień handlowych w dobie cyfryzacji 39
Bibliografia 46

Rozdział 2
Czy gospodarki wschodzące mierzą się z nową odsłoną problemu „grzechu pierworodnego"? - Jakub Janus 49
2.1. Hipoteza „grzechu pierworodnego" na przełomie XX i XXI wieku 51
2.2. Nowa odsłona zjawiska „grzechu pierworodnego" w gospodarkach wschodzących 55
2.2.1. Istota i przyczyny problemu 55
2.2.2. Kanał finansowy kursu walutowego 58
2.2.3. Wpływ na politykę makroekonomiczną 61
2.3. Ryzyko kraju a kurs dolara amerykańskiego - analiza empiryczna 64
2.3.1. Dane i specyfikacja modeli empirycznych 64
2.3.2. Podstawowe modele panelowe 69
2.3.3. Interakcje kursów walutowych i globalnych miar ryzyka 72
2.3.4. Rola struktury rynków obligacji skarbowych 75
Bibliografia 79
Aneks 82

Rozdział 3
Strategie przeciętnej stopy inflacji oraz tymczasowego celu w postaci poziomu cen jako reakcja na deflacyjne tendencje w gospodarce światowej - Krystian Mucha 85
3.1. Podstawowe różnice między strategiami IT i PLT 87
3.2. Ewolucja argumentów na rzecz strategii PLT 89
3.2.1. Dyskusja teoretyczna do lat 90. XX wieku 89
3.2.2. „Darmowy lunch" L.E.O. Svenssona 91
3.2.3. Reakcje na argument Svenssona 93
3.2.4. Problem dolnej granicy nominalnych stóp procentowych 94
3.3. Współczesne propozycje przejścia na strategię PLT 97
3.3.1. Strategia czasowego celu w postaci poziomu cen 97
3.3.2. Strategia celu w postaci przeciętnej stopy inflacji 101
Bibliografia 105

Rozdział 4
Narzędzia i skuteczność polityki rynku pracy w czasie kryzysu - doświadczenia krajów Ameryki Łacińskiej - Marta Sordyl 109
4.1. Cele i narzędzia polityki rynku pracy 110
4.2. Wpływ PRP na rynek pracy 115
4.2.1. Narzędzia oddziałująca na liczbę miejsc pracy 115
4.2.2. Polityka wspierania aktywności zawodowej i zatrudnialności 118
4.2.3. Poprawa jakości dopasowania pracownik-stanowisko 120
4.2.4. Zapewnienie dochodu w okresach braku zatrudnienia 121
4.3. Polityka rynku pracy w czasie kryzysu - przypadek pandemii COVID-19 124
4.3.1. Wpływ pandemii COVID-19 na rynki pracy 125
4.3.2. Skutki pandemii COVID-19 dla krajów Ameryki Łacińskiej 131
4.3.3. Narzędzia antykryzysowe i ich wpływ na rynki pracy w krajach regionu 135
Bibliografia 142

Zakończenie 145
Spis tabel 149
Spis rysunków 151

Recenzenci:
Dr hab. Joanna Bogołębska, prof. Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
Dr hab. Sylwia Pangsy-Kania, prof. Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego

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