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Essays in monetary theory
Robertson, Dennis Holme Sir
|Statement||by D. H. Robertson.|
|LC Classifications||HG221 .R557|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 234 p.|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||a 41000490|
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John Hicks, Sir John Richard Hicks. Clarendon P., - Business & Economics - value, capital, trade cycle theory, and economic history. Hicks's first book, The Theory of Wages (), was an institutional history of labor economics in Britain that analyzed wages under conditions of supply and demand. COVID Resources.
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Essay 1, "Monetary Policy and Asset Prices", develops a dynamic model in which money and a financial asset compete as media of : Jose Suarez-Lledo. Monetary Policy Analysis ECO/ Economics for Managerial Decision Making December 1, Monetary Policy Analysis This paper will look at the Federal Government's monetary policy, and evaluate the impact of monetary policy using a framework of aggregate demand.
It will also examine the role of the Federal Reserve in implementing monetary policy and it impact on economic growth. For the next few weeks we will be running a series of articles on monetary theory and policy.
These are final essays written by MA students in my class this past Fall semester. I was very happy with the results—students indicated that they had a firm grasp of both the orthodox approach as well as the heterodox approach to the subject.Essays covers monetary theory and policy, macroeconomic ﬁscal policies and economic growth, international monetary economies, and welfare and inequality.
The book concludes with sketches of other economists Tobin has known — Alvin Hansen, Kermit Gordon, Paul Douglas, Harry Gordon Johnson, Milton Friedman, and John Kenneth Galbraith.Corrections. All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.
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