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The living standard determinants from lessons of covid-19 crisis ― New Insights: case of Cameroonian economy

Kuikeu, Oscar (2021): The living standard determinants from lessons of covid-19 crisis ― New Insights: case of Cameroonian economy.

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Abstract

Its now well asserted the coronavirus crisis have putting meaningful interest in stimulating economies on the Old believe in the Manual Textbook of economics where an economic crisis create in general demand shock to place interest to the Keynesian theses on increasing public expenditures. The other side of these is on stimulating economies with open market policies granted by cutting the interest rate in order to emulate employability by a sustained level of investment. If the first strand have take consideration with empirical analysis the second one is in search for verifiability. Thus the aim of the current study. How public expenditures enter as determinant of standard living? In other words, is traditional change in prices because this kind of consideration lies with the first perspective on stimulating investment by cutting interest rate in general take in real term. Globally Speaking he appears that this consideration is need considering the interest of taking into account the sustainability of other stimulus policy as realize by the Real Exchange Rate Misalignment.

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