- better for the growth and trade
- business friendly
- will take part in the TTIP (trade)
- Brexit would be a source of financial instability: risk premia, cost of funding, regulation,....
'....it is difficult to see how the UK’s global stature and influence would increase if it left the EU – particularly given the significant adverse impact such an outcome would have on the British economy....'
SPENCE & BRADY: '...En otro nivel, es difícil no percibir esto como un ciclo destructivo que se retroalimenta. La inestabilidad política reduce la probabilidad de definir e implementar una agenda de políticas económicas razonablemente integral, coherente y sostenida. El bajo crecimiento, elevado desempleo y creciente desigualdad que resultan de ella alimentan la inestabilidad y la fragmentación políticas, que socavan aún más la capacidad de los funcionarios para implementar políticas económicas eficaces.....'
Por el contrario, los bancos centrales deberían centrarse en la tasa de aumento de los ingresos, que se mide como el crecimiento del PIB nominal; al fin de cuentas, esto es lo que es de importancia para las empresas y los gobiernos que se encuentran altamente endeudados. Según lo que muestra esta medida, no hay deflación: El índice de precios del PIB (llamado deflactor del PIB) en los países desarrollados está aumentando en un 1 a 1,5%, en promedio. ..'
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