A Critique of Monetary Policy: Theory and British Experience

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byJ. C. R. Dow, I. D. Saville

not yet rated|write a review
This book is both a theory of monetary policy, and an examination of how it has worked in the UK. It first analyses the behaviour of the banking system, and then the difficulties of central bank control. The authors argue that money creation is an endogenous process, determined partly by theprice level, and not the other way round.

Pricing and Purchase Info

$52.50

Ships within 1-3 weeks
Ships free on orders over $25

From the Publisher

This book is both a theory of monetary policy, and an examination of how it has worked in the UK. It first analyses the behaviour of the banking system, and then the difficulties of central bank control. The authors argue that money creation is an endogenous process, determined partly by theprice level, and not the other way round.

J. C. R. Dow is at National Institute for Economic and Social Research; formerly Economics Director, Bank of England. I. D. Saville is at Bank of England.

other books by J. C. R. Dow

Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives
Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives

Kobo ebook|Aug 21 2012

$81.09 online$105.21list price(save 22%)
Scholastic Journalism
Scholastic Journalism

Kobo ebook|Jul 9 2013

$55.99

Diffusion-Weighted MR Imaging: Applications in the Body
Diffusion-Weighted MR Imaging: Applications in the Body

Kobo ebook|Jan 13 2010

$257.99 online$334.99list price(save 22%)
see all books by J. C. R. Dow
Format:PaperbackDimensions:286 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.71 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198283199

ISBN - 13:9780198283195

Customer Reviews of A Critique of Monetary Policy: Theory and British Experience

Reviews

Extra Content

Editorial Reviews

'a careful empiricism which pays attention to the significance of local institutional idiosyncrasies and a skillful blending of theoretical and historical analysis geared to the generation of policy-relevant conclusions ... These qualities are very much on display in this book.'David Laidler, University of Western Ontario, Journal of Economic Literature