Analytical study of the implications of the quantitative easing policy on the investment climate - case studies of Japan and the United States of America –
Seddiki Ahmed, Tayebi abdallah
The policy of quantitative easing is a modern instrument of non-traditional monetary
policy, which was widely used after the economic recession experienced by a number of
countries in the developed world following the 2008 crisis, however Japan has been to
adopt this policy since the years of decay, and countries are seeking the fir to implement
these Policy to influence the financial and real economy an investment climate.
Through this research paper, we are trying to analyze the mechanism of the impact
of quantitative easing programmers on some quantitative economic variables that directly
affect the investment climate in Japan and the United States of America.