Capital Flows

Some articles on capital, capital flows, flow:

Capital Control - History - Post Washington Consensus: 2009 and Later
... Icelandic financial crisis, the IMF proposed that capital controls on outflows should be imposed by Iceland, calling them "an essential feature of the ... Several emerging market economies responded to these concerns by adopting capital controls or macroprudential measures for example, Brazil imposed a tax on the purchase of ... The partial return to favor of capital controls is linked to a wider emerging consensus among policy makers for the greater use of macroprudential policy ...
Counterexample of The Lucas Paradox; American Economic Development
... The colonial era, for instance, stands out as an age of unimpeded capital flows ... conditions particularly amenable to the movement of capital according to the assumptions of classical economics ... their colonies to capitalize on the high returns to capital in the new world ...
Mundell–Fleming Model - Basic Set Up - Balance of Payments (BoP) Components
... rate, k is the exogenous component of financial capital flows, z is the interest-sensitive component of capital flows, and the derivative of the function z is the ... This derivative is positive if there is any capital mobility (since a higher relative domestic interest rate makes funds more prone to flow into the country), and it is ...
Capital Flows In Japan - Debtor To Creditor
... of payments data, these changes are most readily seen in the long-term capital account ... first half of the 1960s, this account generally showed small net inflows of capital (as did the short-term capital account) ... From 1965 on, however, the long-term capital account consistently showed an outflow, ranging from US$1 billion to US$12 billion during the 1970s ...
The Capital Account in Macroeconomics
... At high level Breaking this down Foreign direct investment (FDI), refers to long term capital investment such as the purchase or construction of machinery, buildings or even whole ... are investing in a country, that is an inbound flow and counts as a surplus item on the capital account ... citizens are investing in foreign countries, that's an outbound flow that will count as a deficit ...

Famous quotes containing the words flows and/or capital:

    Through this broad street, restless ever,
    Ebbs and flows a human tide,
    Wave on wave a living river;
    Wealth and fashion side by side;
    Toiler, idler, slave and master, in the same quick current glide.
    John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892)

    Imperialism is capitalism at that stage of development at which the dominance of monopolies and finance capitalism is established; in which the export of capital has acquired pronounced importance; in which the division of the world among the international trusts has begun, in which the division of all territories of the globe among the biggest capitalist powers has been completed.
    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870–1924)