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The State of Monetary Economics

Universities-National Bureau Committee for Economic Research

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Date: 1965
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Introduction to "The State of Monetary Economics" , pp 3-5 Downloads
G. L. Bach
The Portfolio Approach to the Demand for Money and Other Assets , pp 9-31 Downloads
James Duesenberry
Money and Business Cycles , pp 32-78 Downloads
Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz
The Monetary Mechanism and Its Interaction with Real Phenomena , pp 79-107 Downloads
Franco Modigliani
A Sample Survey of the Commission on Money and Credit Research Papers , pp 111-128 Downloads
Martin Bronfenbrenner
Processes and Responses in Monetary Control , pp 129-134 Downloads
G. L. Bach
Don't Be Too Hard on the C.M.C , pp 135-136 Downloads
Henry Wallich
Objectives, Monetary Standards, and Potentialities , pp 137-146 Downloads
Harry Johnson
Short-Run Objectives of Monetary Policy , pp 147-155 Downloads
Guy Noyes

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