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Expansion for Who, Markets or the Poor?


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Title Statement Expansion for Who, Markets or the Poor?
Added Entry - Uncontrolled Name Sedat KUSGOZOGLU; Turkish Court of Account
M. Sakir BASARAN; Turkish Court of Accounts
Selcuk KENDIRLI; Hitit University FEAS Banking and Finance
Uncontrolled Index Term E58, I32
Quantitative Easing, Fed, Poverty, The Poor
Summary, etc. Abstract: In this study we examine the impacts of monetary expansion policies executed by the Federal Reserve on poverty in the United States of America. It has been discussed in various studies that the Fed’s expansionary monetary policies create a less positive impact on economy as a whole than financial sector. In this study, the expansionary effects of policies on the poor living in America will be discussed. The main thesis of the study is that the poor living in the United States benefited less from expansionary monetary policies than either financial sector or the US economy as a whole. When discussing the thesis of the study both employed and unemployed poor will be discussed. Therefore, it will be questioned that the decrease in the unemployment rate is the indicator of the fight against poverty. Indicators such as indices and interest rates in the financial markets, and indicators such as growth rates and unemployment rates in the non-financial markets are regarded as essential indicators but as for poverty it’s hard to find such regarded indicators. Unfortunately, there are not too many statistics about the poor living in the United States in the reports of the international organizations. Thus the main trouble of the study is that international comparisons are almost impossible. Therefore, various indicators produced by the U.S. government agencies of various indicators will be used in this study.
Publication, Distribution, Etc. International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration (ICESBA 2014)
2014-10-09 00:00:00
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Data Source Entry International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration (ICESBA 2014); International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration
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