English, Article edition: Dynamic Growth Differences in the USA, Germany and other Eurozone Countries Stephan Schulmeister

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  • Dynamic Growth Differences in the USA, Germany and other Eurozone Countries
Author
  • Stephan Schulmeister
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  • Ever since the early 1990s, the USA has been growing at a markedly higher rate than the Eurozone, with Germany finding itself at the tail end of growth. Three factors contributed to this development: first, the different impact of stock price dynamics on investment and consumption in the USA and the Eurozone; second, differences in monetary and fiscal policy as pursued by the USA and EU; third, the fluctuations of the dollar/​euro (ECU) exchange rate and its impact on exports.
  • Aktienkurse und Wachstumsdynamik; Geld- und Fiskalpolitik und mittelfristige Wirtschaftsentwicklung (in den USA, in Deutschland und der übrigen Eurozone)
  • RePEc:wfo:monber:y:2004:i:2:p:119-137
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