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The role of external public borrowing in the economic policies of underdeveloped countries

Kaj Areskoug

The role of external public borrowing in the economic policies of underdeveloped countries

by Kaj Areskoug

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Published by University microfilms in High Wycombe .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Columbia University, 1968.

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  The potential problems of government borrowing include; higher debt interest payments, a need to raise taxes in the future, crowding out of the private sector and – in some cases – inflationary pressures. Potential problems of high government borrowing. Higher debt interest payments. As borrowing increases, the government have to pay more. In developing countries, external debt is the main part of the public debt structure (Atique and Malik ). Hameed, Ashraf and Chaudhary, ( in Sulaiman and Azeez, ), state that external borrowing ought to accelerate economic growth especially when domestic financial resources are inadequate and need to be supplemented with funds abroad.

“Despite these and other similarities, however, the Bank and the IMF remain distinct. The fundamental difference is this: the Bank is primarily a development institution; the IMF is a cooperative institution that seeks to maintain an orderly system of payments and receipts between nations. Each has a different purpose, a distinct structure, receives its funding from different . Fiscal policy relates to a variety of measures which are broadly classified, as: (a) taxation, (b) public expenditure and (c) public borrowing. Fiscal policy is considered an essential method for achieving, the objectives of development both in developed .

developing countries, and especially Kenya in East Africa’s participation by it in the world economy hurts its prospects of sustained national economic growth. It argues that the IMF and the World Bank policies and programs have indeed been heavily criticized for many years and. Moreover, the current global economic and debt crisis 11b has involved a flawed economic paradigm and policies (based since the s on increasingly deregulated markets) that produced a catastrophe described as “the result of the combination of negligence, hubris and wrong economic theory.” 12 Fox, 13 for example, has exploded the myth of.


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Domestic and External Public Debt in Developing Countries. the switch towards more domestic borrowing can play a positive role in reducing the risks of sovereign finance, policymakers should. Justification for Public Borrowing: Today, no one believes that public borrowing is wasteful and undesirable.

Public borrowing is an important tool of the government to affect economic activities. Even governments of rich countries do not hesitate in raising loans; it does not, however, reflect financial weakness of the government.

Role of Public Enterprise in Underdeveloped Countries. In under-developed countries, public enterprises are badly needed to initiate and accelerate the developmental process. They can promote economic development in the following ways. (i).

DOMESTIC AND EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Ugo Panizza No. March Acknowledgement: The author is grateful to Heiner Flassbeck, Barry Herman, Shari Spiegel, Monica Yañez, and an anonymous referee for their useful comments.

Thus, monetary policy requires special attention in a country which seeks to bring about rapid economic growth with controlled inflation. Above all, the growth objective of monetary policy in underdeveloped countries implies the promotional role of monetary authorities. Public Sector Economics for Developing Countries discusses the impact of the public sector in economic development.

This comprehensive work analyses public goods, market failure, the role of government, public choice and political business cycles, government revenues and expenditures, with special reference to developing countries. of underdeveloped countries as revealed by their economic policy decisions over a period of time.

Nevertheless, in view of the considerable role played today by governments in the development process, it is clear that governmental behav-ior should be subjected to just as close scrutiny as is being given to the motiva.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Government borrowing is another fiscal method by which savings of the community may be mobilised for economic development. In developing economies, the Governments resort to borrow­ing in order to finance schemes of economic development. Government or what is also called public borrowing becomes necessary because taxation.

• Government borrowing should facilitate Notes: Public and publicly guaranteed external debt and domestic public debt. Approach in three cases did countries run primary deficits. • Economic growth collapses did not play an important part. Public Debt and Economic Growth.

Public Sector Economics for Developing Countries By Michael Howard University Press of the West Indies, Read preview Overview Public External Financing of Development Banks in Developing Countries By Robert W.

Adler; Raymond F. Mikesell Bureau of Business and Economic Research, expected future revenue plays an important role in the low fiscal limits of developing countries, relative to those of developed countries. External debt carries additional risks since large devaluation of the real exchange rate can suddenly raise default probabilities.

Growth-Oriented Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Outcomes. Since the emphasis of this pamphlet is on the role of macroeconomic policy in supporting a country’s poverty reduction strategy, the discussion of macroeconomic policies in this section focuses on countries that have broadly achieved macroeconomic stability.

Africa's Development Crisis and the Role of External Lending Institutions - On the Perspective from Nigeria - Ugwumba Egbuta - Academic Paper - Economics - International Economic Relations - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.

The underdeveloped countries are now very keen on speedy economic development, which involves huge invest­ment. They are unable to raise adequate finances through taxation.

Hence resort to public borrowing becomes necessary. (v) Financing the Public Sector: Economic system, which is becoming increasingly popular, is that of mixed economy. Economic Theory and the Underdeveloped Countries Snippet view - Economic theory and the underdeveloped countries Hla Myint countries development plans domestic market dualism dynamic economic activities economic development economic growth economic policies economic theory economic units economists enterprise exchange economy.

economic policies toward less developed countries subcommittee on foreign economic policy of the joint economic committee congress of the united states w~ ~~~~~., prepared for the use of the joint economic committee u.s.

government printing office washington: Economics of Underdeveloped Countries Hardcover – June 1, by Jagdish Bhagwati (Author)Author: Jagdish Bhagwati. Covering a lot of ground in three lectures, Mr. Bauer of Cambridge draws on his extensive study of underdeveloped countries to set down his views on the types and limits of economic analysis, leading features of underdeveloped economies, and alternative development policies.

Diverging from much of the writing in this field, he regards "an increase in the range of effective. The World Bank and IMF in Developing Countries: Helping or.

Muhumed Mohamed Muhumed 1* Sayid Aden Gaas 2. ment of Political Science and. economic goals, which leads to development of the market economy (Poole, ). The downsizing aspect of privatization is an important one since bad government policies and government corruption can play a large, negative role in economic growth (Easterly, ).

By privatizing, the role of the government in the economy is reduced, thus there. The World Bank’s policies and its role as a donor have helped improve the ability of some countries to secure more of the global revenues for basic commodities.

In Rwanda, for example, reforms transformed the country’s coffee industry and increased exports. Public finance affects developing economies in many different ways.

However, also public finance policies do affect key sectors of the economy in many different ways. This is true especially that the economic problems facing the developing countries are extremely difficult to address due to the declining fiscal capacity.Government’s Role in Korea’s Economic Development from a Perspective of the Institutions Hypothesis is evident especially in the banking and financial sector of underdeveloped countries, where (foreign) lenders typically have no credible and verifiable information on effects on sectors that have greater external borrowing needs.