By John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart
Крупнейший представитель британского неогегельянства Дж. Э. Мак-Таггарт анализирует «Науку логики» Гегеля, исследуя диалектику перехода Бытия в Абсолютную Идею. Рассматриваются ключевые понятия гегелевской логики – качество, количество, мера, сущность и явление, действительность, субъект, объект, идея.
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This situation heightens the risks for a housing bubble, making future adjustment more difficult when the bubble bursts. Global outlook 27 Redressing imbalances through coordinated policies While dealing with higher oil prices and possible housing bubbles poses certain challenges for macroeconomic policies in individual countries, redressing the global imbalances requires a broader perspective. Rebalancing the global pattern of growth and that of savings and investment will require recognition by policy makers worldwide that an orderly global adjustment will be a lengthy process and that coordinated action is required.
One area that requires more attention is the transmission of remittances among developing countries. A few more countries have reached the completion point in 2005 under the Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) Initiative, with its implementation continuing to progress slowly. As a result of debt relief under the HIPC Initiative, most debt indicators of developing countries have improved, with their debt-service ratios declining. Poverty-reducing expenditures of the Governments for the 28 decision point countries have recently increased relative to their debt-service payment, with the former at four times the latter.
Part of the housing boom in recent years can be attributed to various country-specific features, but low interest rates and easier access to mortgage loans seem to be the common factors for most of these countries. Therefore, an increase in interest rates can lead to a flattening or reversal in the growth of house prices, turning the positive growth contributions of the housing sector into negative ones. As an example, the recent notable growth moderation in Australia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was unambiguously attributable to a cooling down of the housing sector.