Managing macroeconomic policies for sustainable growth

Asafu-Adjaye, John and Mahadevan, Renuka Managing macroeconomic policies for sustainable growth. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, 2012. doi:10.4337/9781781007136

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Author Asafu-Adjaye, John
Mahadevan, Renuka
Title Managing macroeconomic policies for sustainable growth
Place of Publication Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Publisher Edward Elgar
Publication year 2012
Sub-type Research book (original research)
DOI 10.4337/9781781007136
Open Access Status
ISBN 9780857931306
Language eng
Total number of pages 208
Collection year 2013
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The authors expertly reveal a model-based analysis of economic development
and environmental issues with policy prescriptions for enhancing sustainable

Within the last four decades, there has been a rapid deterioration in the quality
of our environmental and natural resources, raising grave concerns about the
sustainability of unbridled economic growth. In light of these concerns, the
authors analyse a range of economic and environmental issues, and propose
policy recommendations that would enha.nce sustainable economic growth. The
book covers a variety of issues related to economic development, trade, energy
and climate change, and focuses on countries in the Asia-Pacific region including
Australia, Thailand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji.

Managing Macroeconomic Policies For Sustainable Growth uniquely discusses
aspects of the CGE modelling approach that will prove informative for academic
researchers and postgraduate students in the areas of economic development
and environmental policy. This original book will also appeal to policy analysts
and policy_makers in public and private institutions. [back cover]
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