Franklin

World Economic Outlook, April 2010 [electronic resource] : Rebalancing Growth.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2010.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
World Economic Outlook; World Economic Outlook.
World Economic Outlook; World Economic Outlook
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (261 p.)
Local subjects:
Accession countries.
Adjustment process.
Aggregate demand.
Agricultural trade.
Agricultural trade liberalization.
Asset bubbles.
Asset market.
Asset markets.
Average employment.
Backwardation.
Balance of payments.
Balance of payments surpluses.
Balancing act.
Bargaining.
Bargaining power.
Bilateral aid.
Bond.
Bond flows.
Bond issuance.
Bond issues.
Bond market.
Bond markets.
Bonds.
Capital account.
Capital account liberalization.
Capital accounts.
Capital controls.
Capital exports.
Capital flows.
Capital goods.
Capital inflows.
Capital markets.
Civilian labor force.
Combating unemployment.
Commodities futures.
Commodity futures.
Commodity futures price.
Commodity futures prices.
Commodity markets.
Commodity prices.
Common fiscal rules.
Consumer price index.
Contango.
Convertible bonds.
Corporate bond.
Corporate bond issues.
Corporate bond market.
Current account.
Current account adjustment.
Current account balance.
Current account deficits.
Current account imbalances.
Current account reversal.
Current account reversals.
Current account surplus.
Current account surpluses.
Decline in unemployment.
Domestic consumption.
Domestic demand.
Domestic distortions.
Domestic economy.
Domestic finance.
Domestic financial markets.
Domestic investment.
Domestic savings.
Dynamic gains.
Economic cooperation.
Economic integration.
Effect of unemployment.
Employee morale.
Employment.
Employment adjustment.
Employment contracts.
Employment creation.
Employment cycle.
Employment decline.
Employment dynamics.
Employment fluctuations.
Employment forecast.
Employment growth.
Employment insurance.
Employment laws.
Employment losses.
Employment outlook.
Employment prospects.
Employment protection.
Employment protection legislation.
Employment rate.
Employment research.
Employment security.
Employment share.
Entitlements.
Environmental standards.
Equity markets.
Equity prices.
Excess liquidity.
Exchange rate mechanism.
Exchange rate movements.
Exchange rate overvaluation.
Exchange rate policy.
Exchange rate regime.
Exchange rate regimes.
Export earnings.
Export growth.
Export prices.
Export sector.
Export volumes.
Exporting countries.
Extended unemployment.
External finance.
External financing.
External position.
External shocks.
Financial assets.
Financial institutions.
Financial market.
Financial markets.
Financial sector.
Financial stability.
Financial system.
Financial systems.
Fiscal stability.
Fixed capital formation.
Flexible exchange rate.
Flexible exchange rate regimes.
Foreign capital.
Foreign trade.
Futures contract.
Futures contracts.
Futures markets.
Futures options.
Futures price.
Futures prices.
Futures trading.
Global market.
Global trade.
Government bonds.
Hedge.
Hedging.
High unemployment.
High unemployment rates.
Import prices.
Import restrictions.
Import tariffs.
Income convergence.
Increasing unemployment.
International bond.
International bond issues.
International capital.
International capital markets.
International financial markets.
International financial statistics.
International trade.
Investment flows.
Investor confidence.
Job creation.
Job loss.
Job training.
Labor demand.
Labor force participation.
Labor force participation rates.
Labor participation.
Living conditions.
Long-term unemployment.
Monetary union.
Money markets.
Multilateral institutions.
National policies.
National regulations.
Negative spillovers.
Net exports.
Nominal interest rates.
Number of employees.
Official flows.
Oil exporters.
Oil futures.
Oil importers.
Oil prices.
Oil revenues.
Oil-importing economies.
Open capital accounts.
Open economies.
Output growth.
Output volatility.
Overvaluation.
Partner country.
Per capita income.
Permanent employment.
Policy regimes.
Political economy.
Portfolio investment.
Price fluctuations.
Price of imports.
Price support.
Private capital.
Private capital flows.
Private capital inflows.
Private inflows.
Producer price index.
Protectionist measures.
Prudential supervision.
Quantitative import restrictions.
Real effective exchange rate.
Regional trade.
Regional trade agreements.
Reserve requirement.
Retraining.
Securitization.
Self-employment.
Severance.
Share of employment.
Short-term debt.
Social safety nets.
Social security.
Speculative capital.
Speculative capital inflows.
Strategic industries.
Tax incentives.
Temporary employment.
Terms of trade.
Terms-of-trade shocks.
Total employment.
Total unemployment.
Tradable goods.
Trade agreements.
Trade classification.
Trade integration.
Trade liberalization.
Trade links.
Trade openness.
Trade patterns.
Trade protection.
Trade restrictions.
Trade shocks.
Trade volume.
Trade volumes.
Trading partners.
Trading system.
Transition economies.
Transition period.
Underemployment.
Unemployed.
Unemployment.
Unemployment benefit.
Unemployment benefits.
Unemployment figure.
Unemployment forecast.
Unemployment increase.
Unemployment increases.
Unemployment insurance.
Unemployment insurance program.
Unemployment insurance system.
Unemployment projections.
Unemployment rate.
Unemployment rates.
Value of exports.
Volume of trade.
Vulnerability to shocks.
World demand.
World economy.
World exports.
World growth.
World market.
World output.
World prices.
World trade.
Germany.
Japan.
Saint Lucia.
United States.
Summary:
The global economic recovery is progressing better than expected, but the speed of recovery varies, as outlined in the April 2010 World Economic Outlook. Some countries, notably in Asia, are off to a strong start, but growth in others is constrained by lasting damage to the financial sector and to household balance sheets. The challenge for policymakers is to ensure a smooth transition of demand, while maintaining supports that promote growth and employment. There is also a need to contain and reduce public debt and repair and reform the financial sector. This issue of the WEO also explores two other key challenges in the wake of the Great Recession: how to spur job creation in the face of likely high and persistent unemployment in advanced economies, and how countries that previously ran large current account surpluses or deficits can promote growth by rebalancing external and domestic demand.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1589069153:
9781589069152
ISSN:
0256-6877
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781589069152.081
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
Location Notes Your Loan Policy
Description Status Barcode Your Loan Policy