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Prepare a 300–350-word answer for each question, and submit all four responses in one Microsoft Word (or compatible) document.1. The opening case of Chapter 10 of the textbook explains the implications of changing currency values on the Japanese yen and on businesses in Japan.(a) Explain how the relatively weak value of the yen against the US dollar has affected the Japanese economy? What was the economic effect when the Japanese yen increased in value?(b) Explain the concept of carry-trade, and explain how it has been a boon and a bust for the Japanese currency from 2000 to 2012.
2. (a) In the early 2000s, Russia cut tax rates for individuals and corporations, and government tax revenues surged. Why? Does this result suggest that the IMF policy prescriptions were wrong?(b) What does the decline in the value of the ruble against the US dollar between 1992 and 1998 teach you about the relationship between inflation rates and currency values?
3. Why has the global capital market grown so rapidly in recent decades? Do you think this growth will continue through the next decade? Why or why not?
4. (a) Explain the difference between “hot money” and “patient money.” Why might a country wish to attract one type of money over the other? What are the costs and benefits of each?(b) What is the difference between a spot exchange rate and a forward exchange rate?
1. Consider the following statement: “Both economic theory and history suggest that less-developed countries that open their economies to international trade and capital flows will grow faster and reduce poverty quicker than those opting for an import substitution industrialization development strategy.” Critically evaluate this statement.
2. What is meant by the term international architecture for integration? Discuss how the international architecture for integration may be important for raising the economic prospects for less-developed countries.
3. What is meant by social contract? What are the three pillars of a social contract, and why are they important?
4. What is national sovereignty, and to what extent has it been eroded in our globalized economy?
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