The Role of Monetary Policy in Overall Economic Policy

  • Louise Davidson

Abstract

Any objective inquiry into improving the economic effects of the monetary policy of a central bank should begin with (1) a statement of objectives of such policy and (2) a discussion of means that can achieve these goals.

Keywords

Depression Income Dole Elimin 

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© Paul Davidson 1990

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  • Louise Davidson

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