Tot mai multă lume se întreabă dacă, odată intrată în grupul țărilor cu venituri înalte (high income countries), România își poate pune ordine în economie, adoptând politici economice responsabile. Din păcate, răspunsul afirmativ la această întrebare pare condiționat de presiuni externe (Comisia Europeană, OECD), mai degrabă decât de o capacitate internă. Iar motivul pentru această stare de fapt este o combinație de infantilism economic al publicului, paternalism economic al guvernelor și populism economic al presei
High inflation in many countries will not be defeated by firm monetary policies alone, nor will it be tackled without them. Even if monetary policies are tightened massively, inflation will not fall relatively quickly and sustainably to the desired levels until fiscal expectations are stabilized.
This book is a collection of studies written from 1993 to 2017 by economists who worked or are still working at the National Bank of Romania. Specifically, the book contains nine such studies, of which eight make up the bulk of another book published in Romanian. I had the honour of being asked to write the forewords for both works. For this reason, the foreword to this book is vastly similar to the one worded for the book published in Romanian. The two forewords are different in that this one makes reference to the two papers that this book contains aside from the one in Romanian and, obviously, does not refer to the studies contained in the book published in Romanian but not included in this book, with three exceptions, about which I will warn the reader right before I refer to them. The reason why I will refer to those three studies, although they are not included in this book, is that they treat similar issues and are more recent. I will make the reader aware of the references to these three papers at the right moment.
During a short time span, the macroeconomic backdrop and monetary policy challenges shifted dramatically in a way hardly seen in the recent history. Thereby, from a prolonged period of subdued inflation to a period of high inflation and potentially stagflation; from persistent and extended efforts to increase the degree of monetary accommodation to sustained actions of tightening to rein in the runaway inflation
We have the pleasure to inform you that, starting 22.08.2022, the book of Mr. Florin Georgescu, Professor, Ph.D., the First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Romania, "Capitalism and Capitalists Without Capital in Romania (2022)"
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