Monetary Economics by Mervyn K. LewisMonetary Economics by Mervyn K. Lewis

Monetary Economics

byMervyn K. Lewis, Paul D. Mizen

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In this textbook Mervyn Lewis and Paul Mizen cover all the material required for a complete course on monetary economics. Their book integrates all the immense changes of recent years. Taking the UK as their starting point, the authors have written a clear and interesting account of boththeoretical and practical aspects of money's role in the economy. authors combine practical expertise with distinguished academic records both authors are experienced textbook writers international data incorporated to illuminate key concepts. grounded in theory throughout helpful chapter conclusions summarize the key ideas of each topic area
Mervyn Lewis is National Australia Bank Professor at the University of South Australia Paul Mizen is Reader in Monetary Economics at the University of Nottingham, and consultant to the Bank of England
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Title:Monetary EconomicsFormat:PaperbackPublished:July 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198290624

ISBN - 13:9780198290629

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Part One: Theory1. The Nature of Monetary Economics2. Monetary Standards3. The Classical Theory of Money4. Patinkin and the Walrasian Heritage5. Keynes's General Theory6. Portfolio Theory7. Friedman, Monetarism, and the Quantity Theory8. Money and Exchange Rates9. Rational Expectations10. Optimal Policy DesignPart Two: Policy11. Modelling the Demand for Money12. Demand for Money and Financial Innovation13. The Transmission Mechanism14. Monetary Policy in Practice15. Exchange Rates and External Arrangements16. Inflation Control