Economics, Events, Ideas, and Policies The 60s and After by G.L. Perry, J Tobin The Brookings Institute

By G.L. Perry, J Tobin The Brookings Institute

The Sixties represented a turning aspect within the program of monetary research to U.S. policymaking. the last decade was once marked via frequent optimism that executive guidelines may increase financial and social results. advancements for the reason that then illustrate how regulations can shift, besides adjustments within the setting, alterations in concept and realizing, or alterations in dominant values. The papers during this quantity are taken from a November 1999 convention: fiscal occasions, rules and rules: The Sixties and After. subsidized by means of Yale college and the Brookings establishment, the convention used to be held in reminiscence of economist Arthur Okun. Okun, besides George L. Perry, based the Brookings Panel on monetary job and its magazine, the Brookings Papers on fiscal task. A former professor of economics at Yale college and chairman of the President's Council on monetary Advisers, Okun authored many very important articles and books, together with Equality and potency, a Brookings bestseller. costs and amounts, released after his dying in 1980, remains to be thought of a big expert contribution to macroeconomic research and the issues confronting stabilization coverage. participants contain William J. Baumol (Princeton collage, ny University), Robert Haveman (University of Wisconsin), Barry Eichengreen (University of California), Richard Cooper (Harvard University), Alan Krueger (Princeton University), Paul Krugman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Robert Solow (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), William Brainard (Yale University), and George Perry (Brookings Institution).

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15 a The correlation between the radial velocity and the strength of the magnetic field ( vr , B ), b the horizontal average of the generation rate of the magnetic energy by the stretching ( Wstr : solid lines) and the compression ( Wcmp : dashed lines), c the correlation between the radial velocity and the generation rate of the magnetic energy ( vr , Wstr ), d the correlation between the strength of the magnetic field and the generation rate of the magnetic energy ( B, Wstr ) are shown A, B = ABd S A2 d S B2d S .

We use δθ = 3Δθ/2 and δφ = 3Δφ/2 for the interpolation with the third-order function, where Δθ and Δφ are the grid spacings in latitudinal and longitudinal directions. Although the boundary condition for the Yin grid is applied on the edge of the Yin grid, the boundary condition for the Yang grid is applied on the edge of the Yin grid to avoid the double solution in the overlapping area of the Yin-Yang grid (Fig. 3). The red thick lines show the location of the horizontal boundary for both Yin and Yang grids.

The integrated fluxes show almost the similar behavior as those in the case H0, but the maximum absolute values of the enthalpy and kinetic flux are smaller. Since these absolute values gradually decrease from H0 to H2, we conclude that both the thickness of the cooling layer and the location of the upper boundary contribute to this issue. It is possible that, when the upper boundary becomes closer to the real solar surface and the cooling layer becomes thinner, the absolute values of the enthalpy flux and kinetic flux become even larger than our case H0.

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