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    Title: 總體穩定政策能穩定出口波動嗎?
    Other Titles: Can Macroeconomic Stabilizing Policies Stabilize Export Volatility?
    Authors: Lin), 林佩蒨 (Pei-Chien
    Keywords: 抗景氣循環財政政策( Counter-cyclical fiscal policy),出口波動(Export Volatility),對外融資 (External Finance)
    Date: 2018-08
    Issue Date: 2018-10-11 12:11:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討抗景氣循環的財政政策能否穩定產業出口的波動程度。吾人以Rajan and Zingales (1998)的模型為基礎,按本文的研究目的加以修改,並以此實證模型分析1989-2004年間跨國(22國)跨產業(27產業)的資料。本研究的實證結果顯示,抗景氣循環的財政政策能穩定那些對外融資程度較高的產業之出口波動性。而這個主要的實證結果亦通過多項穩健性檢測。因此本研究結果對於抗景氣

    This paper investigates the effect of a counter-cyclical
    fiscal policy on stabilizing the volatility of industrial
    export. Specifically, I apply the empirical specification
    of Rajan and Zingales (1998) to a cross-country, crossindustry data on a sample of 22 countries along with 27 industries over the 1989–2004 period. The benchmark result shows that economies with a more counter-cyclical fiscal policy are associated with relatively more stable exports in industries that rely more on external finance. This finding is robust to the use of alterative measures of export volatility, distinct indices of fiscal countercyclicality, different measures of industry-level external finance, additional controls of other macroeconomic policy, and financial crisis.
    Relation: 總體穩定政策能穩定出口波動嗎?
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Industrial Economics] Research Paper

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