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If governments have a substantial role in the economy, then they should pursue macroeconomic policies which ensure a stable and efficient economy. There are two challenges to creating effective policies for the economic policy challenge: the domestic policy challenge of achieving macroeconomic stability and the
international policy challenge of achieving macroeconomic stability. Samuelson and Nordhaus argue that the best way to achieve stability is to establish the right price level and the right growth rate.
In the context of these international policies, the authors discuss how different types of exchange rate policies, such as those which would run interventions in exchange rates, might affect the
macroeconomic stability of the economy. The chapter deals with exchange rates that are fixed or that are floating. The authors first examine how fixed exchange rates can produce macroeconomic stability because it can reduce the amount of gold needed in order to maintain the equilibrium in the world economy. Fixed exchange rates
stably reduce the amount of gold, which is the key mechanism for determining the value of the U.S. dollar, and therefore U.S. interest rates, which in turn produce unemployment and inflation. They find that more fixed exchange rates are more stabilising for the global economy. In the following subsection, they consider how floating exchange rates might affect global stability.
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but the key point is that these goods are not of such a basic kind, but one in which the brazil, 2010brazil, a. d. inovação e segurança. in mussolini and teles (eds.), infraestrutura e produtividade no brasil. sao paulo: colega, 2010. p. 14-26. supply and demand relationship is not so clear cut. for example, it is not as if the demand for a road has to be of a certain size if the price of the road must be at certain level. the same is true of infrastructure such as clean air or clean water. that brings us to the final key concept in the samuelson nordhaus argument: 3 4 5 for technical reasons the free rider problem applies only to collective goods, and this definition brings out the key characteristic of collective goods: if i benefit from the benefit provided by a good, i’m not entitled to the benefit of a whole lot of other people’s expenditures (nairn, 2003).