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On money and credit in Europe : the selected essays of Martin M. G. Fase /
by Martin M. G. Fase.
imprint
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, Mass : Edward Elgar Publ., c1998.
description
xv, 393 p. : ill.
ISBN
1858988853
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Book
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imprint
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, Mass : Edward Elgar Publ., c1998.
isbn
1858988853
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
1986290
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Martin M.G. Fase is Executive Deputy Director of De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam and Professor of Monetary Economics at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Summaries
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In a series of essays, Martin Fase brings together his most important contributions to monetary economics from the last twenty years, using empirical evidence to assert his unique style in designing monetary policy.
Main Description
In this invaluable book, Martin Fase, a notable academic and practitioner, draws together his most important contributions to monetary economics over two decades, using empirical evidence to assert his unique style in designing monetary policy. One of the main themes of Professor Fase s work, covered in the first part of the book, is the empirical analysis of the demand for money. For traditional monetary aggregates and Divisia aggregates the author investigates the dynamics, stability and determinants of money demand on a sectoral, national and Europe-wide level. The second part of the book uses empirical evidence to address a variety of monetary issues, including the system approach to money demand, the demand for bank loans, payment patterns and the demand for banknotes and coins. These chapters support the author s assertion that both the aggregate and disaggregate analyses of money demand are necessary for the design of a successful monetary policy in a European Monetary Union. On Money and Credit in Europe will be of great value to scholars and practitioners of monetary and financial economics, the economics of European integration and money and banking.
Unpaid Annotation
In this invaluable book, Martin Fase, a notable academic and practitioner, draws together his most important contributions to monetary economics over two decades, using empirical evidence to assert his unique style in designing monetary policy. One of the main themes of Professor Fase's work, covered in the first part of the book, is the empirical analysis of the demand for money. For traditional monetary aggregates and Divisia aggregates the author investigates the dynamics, stability and determinants of money demand on a sectoral, national and Europe-wide level. The second part of the book uses empirical evidence to address a variety of monetary issues, including the system approach to money demand, the demand for bank loans, payment patterns and the demand for banknotes and coins. These chapters support the author's assertion that both the aggregate and disaggregate analyses of money demand are necessary for the design of a successful monetary policy in a European Monetary Union. On Money and Credit in Europe will be of great value to scholars and practitioners of monetary and financial economics, the economics of European integration and money and banking.
Table of Contents
List of Figuresp. vii
List of Tablesp. ix
Acknowledgementsp. xv
Introductionp. 1
Aggregate Money Demand
Price and Income Expectations and the Demand for Money, Some Quarterly Evidence for The Netherlands, 1952-1971p. 9
The Demand for Money in the EU Countriesp. 41
The Demand for Money in The Netherlands Revisitedp. 65
The Demand for Money in The Netherlands and the Other EU Countriesp. 95
In Search for Stability: An Empirical Appraisal of the Demand for Money in the G7 and EU Countriesp. 123
Wealth and the Demand for Money: Empirical Evidence for The Netherlands and Belgiump. 153
Money Demand Within EMU: An Analysis With the Divisia Measurep. 175
Divisia Aggregates and the Demand for Money in Core EMUp. 213
Monetary Disaggregation: Asset Demand, Bank Credit, Notes and Coins
The Demand for Financial Assets: Time Series Evidence for The Netherlands: 1963:II-1975:IVp. 247
The Demand for Commercial Bank Loans and the Lending Ratep. 261
The Way we Pay with Moneyp. 279
The Demand for Large Bank-notesp. 295
Forecasting the Demand for Bank-notes: Some Empirical Results for The Netherlandsp. 319
Forecasting the Need for Coins: A Case Study for The Netherlandsp. 339
Bibliographyp. 355
Name Indexp. 381
Subject Indexp. 387
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