Опубликовано на портале: 30-01-2003
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000
Mervyn Lewis and Paul Mizen have written a clear and interesting account of both theoretical and practical aspects of money's role in the economy. Taking the UK as their starting point, they have incorporated international data to illuminate key concepts. Grounded in theory throughout, and including helpful chapter conclusions summarizing the key ideas of each topic area, this analysis will allow students world-wide to understand the role of money in the modern economy.
Readership: Core reading for 2nd and 3rd year economics undergraduates taking a module in monetary economics. Supplementary reading for courses in Banking, Money, and Finance, or International Money and Finance.
Part One: Theory
1. The Nature of Monetary Economics
2. Monetary Standards
3. The Classical Theory of Money
4. Patinkin and the Walrasian Heritage
5. Keynes's General Theory
6. Portfolio Theory
7. Friedman, Monetarism, and the Quantity Theory
8. Money and Exchange Rates
9. Rational Expectations
10. Optimal Policy Design
Part Two: Policy
11. Modelling the Demand for Money
12. Demand for Money and Financial Innovation
13. The Transmission Mechanism
14. Monetary Policy in Practice
15. Exchange Rates and External Arrangements
16. Inflation Control
demand for money inflation monetary economics monetary policy portfolio theory rational expectations
Journal of Monetary Economics. 2003. Vol. 50. No. 6. P. 1293-1309.
NBER Working Paper Series. 2001. No. 8397.