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Varieties of monetary experience. Edited and with an introduction by David Meiselman. With essays by John V. Deaver [and others].

Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1970] .
ISBN 0226519309, 9780226519302

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Other Authors Meiselman, David I.,
Subjects Économie monétaire.
Monetary policy.
Monnaie, Théorie quantitative de la.
Politique monétaire.
Quantity theory of money.
Théorie quantitative de la monnaie.
Théories monétaires.
Series Economics research studies of the Economics Research Center of the University of Chicago.
Description 391 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary How is the stock of money related to inflation and to economic fluctuations? How does an economy respond to monetary change? What are the major determinants of the money stock and of its composition? These are several of the important and intriguing questions explored in this collection of essays. In the book, six international economists examine monetary behavior using the varied histories of countries as different as Canada and Japan, Argentina and South Korea. Their findings provide impressive support for the modern quantity theory of money and show how it can be used to explain much of contemporary economic change.
Contents Introduction / David Meiselman -- The Chilean Inflation and the Demand for Money / John V. Deaver -- Money and Prices in Argentina, 1935-1962 / Adolfo Cesar Diz -- Monetary Policy and the Business Cycle in Postwar Japan / Michael W. Keran -- Supply and Demand for Money in Canada / George Macesich -- International Differences in Liquid Assets Portfolios / Morris Perlman -- The Velocity of Money and the Rate of Inflation: Recent Experiences in South Korea and Brazil / Colin D. Campbell.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)141879
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