The effects and outcomes of the Quantitative Easing on Government policies: Evidence from Europe and the USA

The effects and outcomes of the Quantitative Easing on Government policies: Evidence from Europe and the USA

Order Description

Key elements:
An abstract or executive summary (summary of the essential points of the project)
An introduction (including the objectives of the project, identification of the research problem being addressed)
Key definitions, identification of the key variables (independent, dependent, confounding) if necessary
A section demonstrating the significance of the research and how the knowledge gap is being addressed
A literature review (a review of the most important pieces of literature in the student’s domain)
A section on methodology including students’ arguments supporting their choice of methodology among the different options available to them
A section on how students collected data in the field. This section may also include a discussion of the challenges encountered in collecting data and how students overcame them
A section on data analysis
A section on the results obtained from their data analysis. This section needs to be elaborated to include a discussion of their findings
A section on students’ theoretical and managerial implications
A section on the limitations of their work, both theoretical and methodological Bibliography (in alphabetical order and fully referenced)
Appendices

STRUCTURE GUIDELINES
I.An abstract or executive summary (summary of the essential points of the project)
II.An introduction (including the objectives of the project, identification of the research problem being addressed)
III.Key definitions, identification of the key variables (independent, dependent, confounding) if necessary
IV.A section demonstrating the significance of the research and the how the knowledge gap is being addressed
V.A literature review (a review of the most important pieces of literature in the student’s domain)
VI.A section on methodology including the students’ arguments supporting their choice of methodology among the different options available to them
VII.A section on how students collected data in the field. This section may also include a discussion of the challenges encountered in collecting data and how they overcame them
Viii.A section on data analysis
IX.A section on the results obtained from their data analysis. This section needs to be elaborated to include a discussion of their findings
X.A section on their theoretical and managerial implications
XI.A section on the limitations of their work, both theoretical and methodological
XII. Bibliography (in alphabetical order and fully referenced)
XIII.Appendices

LENGTH GUIDELINES (word count)
Introductory 5 – 10% (1000 – 2000 words)
Secondary Research 20 – 25% (4000 – 4500 words)
Primary Research Methodology 20% – 25% (4,000 – 5000 words)
Primary Research Analysis 15 – 20% (3000 – 4000 words)
Discussion, Conclusions and contributions 15- 20% (3000 – 4000 words)
Limitations and reliability/validity 5% (1000 words)

The topic:
The goal of this research is to analyse quantitative easing from a quantitative and qualitative perspective. Since the financial crisis, the respective financial centres have been prone to increasing financial risk, as even fewer private financial institutions have a greater market share than before the crisis. In hindsight the crisis led to an increase in economies of scale, as certain institutions grew bigger through the acquisition of smaller banks. This further increased the overall market risk, as few systematically important institutes gained an even greater market share. Even though there were attempts to regulate operations through the Dodd-Frank Act and Basel III, employees of banks which are “too big to fail” have an increased incentive for moral hazard behaviour. Thus, the financial system is at an even greater risk than prior to the financial crisis. Yet, the policies related to quantitative easing attempt to spread this risk across societal sectors to increase the spread.
The ultimate goal of this research paper will be to analyse the outcomes of quantitative easing based on its historical and philosophical underpinnings. In this context quantitative and qualitative factors will be analysed and compared to the current policy results in contrast to their original expectations.
Compare the theoretical foundations of quantitative easing from a Keynesian Economic perspective and from Neoclassical thinking. Theoretical differences of the two paradigms will be emphasized and the perspectives beyond their assumptions will become a vocal point of the analysis.
Macroeconomic indicators will be underlined to provide a general overview over the situation in each country before and after the quantitative easing. These factors shall offer a quantitative analysis of the situation in terms of the economic rationale.

To gain a further qualitative behavioural insight into the topic, policy statements will be analysed from the respective governmental institutions. With regards to the expectations of quantitative easing in the United States and Europe, especially in terms of the market functioning and the policy outcome, an in-depth analysis will be realized.
Identifying critical factors influencing quantitative easing within each country by comparing the variables included in the DSGE models used by the Central banks prior and post financial crisis.

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