Monetary Economics in Globalised Financial Markets

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 14, 2011 - Business & Economics - 819 pages
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This book integrates the fundamentals of monetary theory, monetary policy theory and financial market theory, providing an accessible introduction to the workings and interactions of globalised financial markets. Includes examples and extensive data analyses.

 

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Contents

1 Money and Credit Supply
1
References
87
2 Money and Credit Demand
91
References
146
3 Interest Rate Theories
151
References
192
4 Financial Market Asset Pricing
195
References
318
References
466
6 Theory of Monetary Policy
479
References
572
7 Transmission Mechanisms
581
References
660
8 Monetary Policy Strategies
667
References
787
Index
797

5 Causes Costs and Benefits of Sound Money
325

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Ansgar Belke, 1965, is Full Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Campus Essen) since April 2007. Until March 2007, he was Full Professor of International Economics at the University of Hohenheim, Germany since August 2001, and Full Professor at the University of Vienna from 2000 to 2001. He is a member of the "Monetary Experts Panel" of the European Parliament, serves as editor-in-chief of "Kredit & Kapital" and as co-editor of a couple of other journals. He published widely in international refereed journals. Thorsten Polleit, 1967, is Honorary Professor for economics at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany. He is a member of the Friedrich August von Hayek Society and an Adjunct Scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, US Alabama. His research interests are monetary economics, capital market theory, and the Austrian School of Economics.

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