Money, Banking, and Economic Activity
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ISBN-13:
9781483268750
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
576
Autor:
Gail E. Makinen
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Money, Banking, and Economic Activity focuses on the use of macro- and microeconomic theory in the analysis of the interrelations of money, banking, and economic activity. The book first underscores the importance and definition of money and financial intermediaries. Discussions focus on financial intermediaries and risk reduction, ability of intermediaries to decrease their own risks, effect of inflation on credit monies, and empirical definition of money. The text then examines the supply of money and the economic role of nonmoney-creating financial intermediaries, including thrift institutions and monetary policy, federal funds and repurchase agreements, monetary analysis and the place of thrift institutions, and developments altering the functions of financial intermediaries.The publication takes a look at the evolution of the international monetary system, money in an open economy, electronic fund transfers, and the Gibson paradox and the term structure of interest rates. Topics include level of interest rates, importance of theories of the term structure, market structure of financial institutions, theory of the supply of money, and foreign exchanges and the balance of payments.The manuscript is a valuable source of data for researchers interested in the interrelations of money, banking, and economic activity.
Money, Banking, and Economic Activity focuses on the use of macro- and microeconomic theory in the analysis of the interrelations of money, banking, and economic activity. The book first underscores the importance and definition of money and financial intermediaries. Discussions focus on financial intermediaries and risk reduction, ability of intermediaries to decrease their own risks, effect of inflation on credit monies, and empirical definition of money. The text then examines the supply of money and the economic role of nonmoney-creating financial intermediaries, including thrift institutions and monetary policy, federal funds and repurchase agreements, monetary analysis and the place of thrift institutions, and developments altering the functions of financial intermediaries.The publication takes a look at the evolution of the international monetary system, money in an open economy, electronic fund transfers, and the Gibson paradox and the term structure of interest rates. Topics include level of interest rates, importance of theories of the term structure, market structure of financial institutions, theory of the supply of money, and foreign exchanges and the balance of payments.The manuscript is a valuable source of data for researchers interested in the interrelations of money, banking, and economic activity.