The credit counterparts of broad money:a structural base for macroeconomic policy

Steele, Gerald (2014) The credit counterparts of broad money:a structural base for macroeconomic policy. Working Paper. Lancaster University, Department of Economics, Lancaster.

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Abstract

Tautological structures bring clarity to arguments in macroeconomics: familiar structures relate to the circulation of money, the circular flow of real income, and the balance of international payments. Less familiar is a structure incorporating all aspects of macroeconomic policy interventions. The origins and use of the credit counterparts of broad money are examined in the context of the application of UK monetary policy in the period since 1945.

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08 Sep 2014 10:56
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