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Money and economic growth

Author: Jac J Sijben
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1977.
Series: Tilburg Studies in Economies, 17.
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In monetary theory the paramount problem posed by many eco- nomists was always whether monetary variables had a certain influence on the real variables in the economy, so that money would not be  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jac J Sijben
ISBN: 9781461342403 1461342406
OCLC Number: 852779275
Description: 1 online resource (230 pages).
Contents: 1. General introduction to the monetary growth theory.- 2. The neo-classical monetary growth theory.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Tobin's monetary growth theory (implications of the asset-structure).- 2.3. The implications of real cash-balances as a consumer good.- 2.3.1. Immaterial consumption of real cash-balances.- 2.3.2. Influence of the immaterial consumption-effect according to Johnson.- 2.3.3. Levhari and Patinkin's analysis.- Influence of the rate of monetary growth on the equilibrium value of capital intensity.- Influence of the rate of monetary growth on the equilibrium value of real cash-balances per head.- Monetary neutrality in a growing economy.- 2.4. The implications of real cash-balances as a producer good.- 2.4.1. The productive services of real cash-balances.- 2.4.2. Influence of a change in the rate of monetary expansion.- 2.5. The stability of the neo-classical monetary growth model.- 3. The Keynes-Wicksell monetary growth theory.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. Suppositions.- 3.3. The short-term model.- 3.3.1. The IS-FM equilibrium.- 3.3.2. The influence of a change in the rate of monetary expansion.- 3.4. Long-term equilibrium analysis.- 3.4.1. The relation between the rate of inflation and the nominal rate of interest.- 3.4.2. A change in the real cash-balances.- 3.4.3. A change in the expected rate of inflation.- 3.4.4. A change in the labour-capital ratio.- 3.5. Influence of a change in the rate of monetary expansion.- 3.5.1. Algebraic formulation.- 3.5.2. A verbal interpretation.- 4. A synthesis of the neo-classical and the Keynes-Wicksell monetary growth theories.- 4.1. Introduction.- 4.2. The modified price change equation.- 4.3. Long-term equilibrium analysis.- 4.3.1. An algebraic formulation of equilibrium.- 4.3.2. A graphical interpretation of equilibrium.- 4.3.3. Influence of a change in the rate of monetary expansion.- 4.4. Short-term dynamic analysis.- 4.5. The rate of inflation and the nominal rate of interest.- 4.5.1. The Gibson-paradox.- 4.5.2. Empirical results.- 5. Evaluation, summary and conclusions.- 5.1. Introduction.- 5.2. Money from a medium of exchange to an asset.- 5.3. A critical analysis of the present monetary growth theory.- 5.4. Suggestions for extension of the present monetary growth theory.- Appendices.- List of symbols.
Series Title: Tilburg Studies in Economies, 17.
Responsibility: by Jac J. Sijben.


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