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Creating the Monetary Policy of a Nation By Homework Help Classof1
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Discretion in the conduct of monetary policy has two problems. The first is that it does not limit incompetence and abuse of power. When the government sends police into a community to maintain civic... More > order, it gives them strict guidelines about how to carry out their job. However no such rules are provided by teh central money managers such as central bankers.< Less
Money, Banking and Monetary Policy By Thomas Bishop
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This textbook was written for undergraduate university students and discusses the traditional and evolving roles of money, non-monetary assets, banks and central banks in the financial system.
The Kaleidic Guide to UK Monetary Policy By Anthony Evans
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The Kaleidic Guide to UK Monetary Policy intends to provide a practical, applied overview of the contemporary conduct of central banks, with a specific emphasis on the UK.
Federal Reserve: Unconventional Monetary Policy Options By Marc Labonte & Congressional Research Service
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The “Great Recession” and the ensuing weak recovery have led the Federal Reserve (Fed) to expand its monetary policy tools. Since December 2008, overnight interest rates have been near... More > zero; at this “zero bound,” they cannot be lowered further to stimulate the economy. As a result, the Fed has taken unprecedented policy steps to try to fulfill its statutory mandate of maximum employment and price stability. Congress has oversight responsibilities for ensuring that the Fed’s actions are consistent with its mandate. The Fed has made large-scale asset purchases, popularly referred to as “quantitative easing” (QE), that have increased the size of its balance sheet from $0.9 trillion in 2007 to about $4 trillion at the end of 2013. In September 2012, the Fed began a third round of monthly purchases of Treasury securities and mortgage-backed securities (MBS), referred to as “quantitative easing three” or QEIII.< Less
Revealing the Secrets of U.S. Monetary Policy By Frederik Flagstad & Joe Parilla
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Revealing the Secrets of U.S. Monetary Policy By Frederik Flagstad & Joe Parilla
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Some Perspectives on Recent Developments in Monetary Policy in the United States By C. Jayant Praharaj
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The book is based on articles written by the author on some recent developments in the field of monetary policy in the United States.
The Equity Premium Puzzle, Intrinsic Growth & Monetary Policy An Unexpected Solution Theory & Strategy for the Coming Jobless Age By Robert Shuler
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This book shows we must adjust money supply to account for productivity if deflation is to be avoided. The central banker is not profit oriented and can create money at will, not subject to rational... More > investor constraints. Businesses leverage low interest rates enforced by the central bank to grow and increase employment, compensating for the reduced labor necessary for the former level of goods and services. This leveraged difference in returns is the equity premium. Even a one time productivity increase requires a corresponding permanent increase not in the money supply itself, but in the "rate of increase" of the money supply. Given the steady growth in productivity of the last 100 years, the world economy is now grossly under-stimulated and in danger of precipitous deflation. Both academic models and arguments based on historical events are presented, along with analysis of the meaning of money, investor behavior, and practical techniques for obtaining the equity premium in one's portfolio.< Less
The Case Against Active Stabilization Policy By Homework Help Classof1
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Some economists argue that the government should avoid active use of monetary and fiscal policy to try to stabilize the economy. They claim that these policy instruments should be set to achieve... More > long-run goals, such as rapid economic growth and low inflation, and that the economy should be left to deal with short-run fluctuations on its own.< Less
A new policy tool for central banks By Massimo Famularo
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When short term interest rates are close to zero and economy is facing recession or even depression, expansionary monetary policy is not fully effective. Here is proposed the creation of a new... More > monetary policy tool to avoid this problem and improve the fine tuning ability of Central Banks. The proposed instrument is a fund held by central bank, it is financed by mandatory contributions of employed peopled and it grants subsidies to those who have recently lost their job. In some exceptional situations newly created money can be used to integrate the fund. The Size of both contributions and subsidies set as percentage of individual income is decided by central bank within ranges established by law.< Less

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