Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In pursuing monetary policy, the government is trying to influence aggregate demand by managing costs and the availability of loans. Consider the main arguments that confirm the benefits of economic growth, and the arguments that warn against it.
Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In addition, governments seek national prestige. To achieve these goals, governments use monetary and fiscal policy instruments. Monetary policy is implemented by changing the amount of money in circulation. Continue reading
The article discusses issues related to the paradigm of independent research of technological and economic transformations. The author comes to the conclusion that in modern conditions the technological innovation process cannot be fully incorporated into economic activity. In this regard, special attention is paid to the issue of combining economic and non-economic regulation of technological innovations in the present period and in the future.
Keywords: technological transformation, economic transformation, innovative firms, high-tech corporations, side effects, capital market, new technological structure Continue reading
Not only houses, cars and other durable goods are bought on credit. Securities are also bought on credit. They are also expensive, and lending is a natural means of competition between sellers of securities. What motivates investors to buy securities on credit and pay interest? This is done in the expectation that the value of securities will grow faster than the interest on the loan. If lending is so profitable, then why not everyone and not always do it?
Not only houses, cars and other durable goods are bought on credit. Securities are also bought on credit. They are also expensive, and lending is a natural means of competition between sellers of securities. The market only becomes civilized when the buyer can take a cash loan on the security of his purchase, and the seller can borrow securities if he does not have his own or does not want to part with them. Continue reading