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by Mark Sturton

Author: Mark Sturton
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: East-West Center (January 1, 1993)
Pages: 35 pages
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Policy Implications of an Oil Shock in Fiji, Tonga, and Vanuatu (ECONOMIC REPORT).

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Tonga : development through agricultural exports Policy implications of an oil shock in Fiji, Tonga, and Vanuatu Vanuatu : toward . 4 Sturton, Mark 2 McGregor, Andrew 1 McGavin, . Paul . 1 Millett, John.

4 Sturton, Mark 2 McGregor, Andrew 1 McGavin, .

Sturton, Mark, Policy Implications of an Oil Shock in Fiji, Tonga, and Vanuatu. Economic Report No. 3. Honolulu: Pacific Islands Development Program, East-West Center. viii, 35 pp. ISBN 0-86638-149-X. Sturton, Mark, Tonga: Development Through Agricultural Exports. 4. xi, 47 pp. ISBN 0-86638-152-X. Sturton, Mark, and Andrew McGregor, Fiji: Economic Adjustment, 1987-91. 1.

The paper concludes with a consideration of implications for monetary policy.

monetary conditions are occasionally considered a driver of commodity prices. Economic theory tells us that if a change in macroeconomic policy has raised (lowered) the real interest rate above (below) its long-run equilibrium level, then coal prices should fall below (rise above) their long-run equilibrium path. Likewise, an unanticipated increase in the expected long-run rate of money growth increases the coal prices in the long-run equilibrium path and in turn the current coal price. The paper concludes with a consideration of implications for monetary policy.

expenditure on health in Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu is at least double that of other lower middle income . Ministers of Finance, and Planning, should also be aware of broader economic implications of NCDs particularly when they affect working age cohorts.

Ministers of Finance, and Planning, should also be aware of broader economic implications of NCDs particularly when they affect working age cohorts.

For more information, please contact. 2 Economic Policy After the 1979 Oil Shock Statement of Allan H. Meitzer Maurice Falk Professor of Economics and Social Science Carnegie-Mellon University July 23, 1979 Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs United States Senate. 3 Economic Policy After the 1979 Oil Shock by Allan H. Meltzer If the President and the press accurately reflect current opinion, we are about to make another in the long series of mistakes in economic policy that have produced high inflation, slow growth and low investment.

A note discussing the implications of recent sovereign wealth fund .

A note discussing the implications of recent sovereign wealth fund management legislation on future development funding in PNG concludes this issue. CONTENTS Highlights The Economic setting Economic conditions Pacific islands Papua New Guinea Timor-Leste Economic policy and management Economic indicators How to reach us [email protected] org Asian Development Bank Pacific Department. Total visitor arrivals in Fiji reached an all-time high of almost 675,000 in 2011, . % higher than the prior year. The Cook Islands recorded a new fiscal year (FY) high in total arrivals, reporting more than 108,000 visitors.

The ecological and economic impacts of oil and gas development, particularly in developing nations, are crucial topics for .

Until the oil shock, the price had also remained fairly stable versus other currencies .

Until the oil shock, the price had also remained fairly stable versus other currencies and commodities  . Of the nine members of the European Economic Community (EEC), the Netherlands faced a complete embargo, the UK and France received almost uninterrupted supplies (having refused to allow the US to use their airfields and embargoed arms and supplies to both the Arabs and the Israelis), while the other six faced partial cutbacks.