Money supply, consumption and deregulation: the case of Greece
Nicholas Apergis (),
Erotokritos Varelas and
Applied Economics Letters, 2000, vol. 7, issue 6, 385-390
This paper investigates empirically the impact of monetary deregulation that occurred in 1988 on the relationship betwen consumption and money supply in Greece. The results provide evidence that the deregulation has significantly affected the behaviour of consumption.
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