1st Edition

Advances in Monetary Economics

Edited By

David Currie



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ISBN 9780367759872
March 31, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
244 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 1985, Advances in Monetary Economics draws together papers given at the 1984 Money Study Group Conference and additional papers presented in seminars of the same year.

The book includes papers on theoretical, empirical and institutional aspects of monetary economics. Each chapter displays a concern with policy in the monetary sphere, both with regards to macroeconomic questions of monetary and fiscal management, and issues of policy at the microeconomic level towards financial institutions and markets. In doing so, the book highlights the importance of monetary economics in policy issues.

Advances in Monetary Economics has enduring relevance for those with an interest in the history and development of monetary economics.

Table of Contents

1: Policy Credibility and Unemployment in the UK, David Backus and John Driffill; 2: Debt Neutrality in Disequilibrium, Neil Rankin; 3: Fiscal Policy and the Real Exchange Rate, Francesco Giavazzi and Jeffrey Sheen; 4: Optimal Policy under Model Uncertainty, Robin Becker, Barry Dwolatzky, Elias Karakitsos and Berc Rustem; 5: The Financial Sector of the London Business School Model, Giles Keating; 6: Portfolio Selection and Interest Rate Setting by the Dutch Banking System, Peter D. van Loo; 7: A Markowitz Approach to Regulation: the Case of French Open Mutual Funds, Georges Gallais-Hamonno; 8: The Demand for Long-Term Government Securities in the UK by the Non-Bank Private Sector, Glenn Hoggarth and Paul Ormerod; 9: Insurance Regulation in the United Kingdom and Federal Republic of Germany, Elizabeth Hammond and John Kay; 10: Asymmetric Information and Credit Rationing: Another View of Industrial Bank Lending and Britain's Economic Problem, John Cable and Paul Turner; References

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David Currie