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Anforme How important is macroeconomic stability for the UK in facing the BRIC challenge?

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Naomi Birchall, a freelance writer, explains what is meant by an economy not subject to major fluctuations in the level of economic ability. She then identifies how international competitiveness affects the UK’s growth prospects.

Summary of contents:

  • Introduction: looking at the growth of the BRIC nations, the impact of the global recession and the UK’s problems in recovering macroeconomic stability.
  • What does macroeconomic stability mean?: Examining volatility and the targets that need to be achieved to claim macroeconomic stability.
  • Is there a link between macroeconomic stability and international competitiveness?: Looks at the link between macroeconomic stability and supply-side performance in a number of categories.
  • The ability of an economy to compete internationally will depend on: infrastructure, education and training, exploitation of economies of scale, efficiency in labour and goods markets and product and process innovation.
  • The challenge from the BRIC economies has challenge the established world economic order, but these economies still have structural problems.
  • The UK needs to return to macroeconomic stability to respond to these new challenges.


This article is featured in ET volume 19 issue 3

Naomi Birchall, a freelance writer, explains what is meant by an economy not subject to major fluctuations in the level of economic ability. She then identifies how international competitiveness affects the UK’s growth prospects.

Summary of contents:

  • Introduction: looking at the growth of the BRIC nations, the impact of the global recession and the UK’s problems in recovering macroeconomic stability.
  • What does macroeconomic stability mean?: Examining volatility and the targets that need to be achieved to claim macroeconomic stability.
  • Is there a link between macroeconomic stability and international competitiveness?: Looks at the link between macroeconomic stability and supply-side performance in a number of categories.
  • The ability of an economy to compete internationally will depend on: infrastructure, education and training, exploitation of economies of scale, efficiency in labour and goods markets and product and process innovation.
  • The challenge from the BRIC economies has challenge the established world economic order, but these economies still have structural problems.
  • The UK needs to return to macroeconomic stability to respond to these new challenges.


This article is featured in ET volume 19 issue 3

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