Fundamentals of Monetary Policy in the Euro Area
by Dieter Gerdesmeier
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 236
This book attempts to inform the reader in a comprehensive and accessible way about the analytical background and institutional setting of euro area monetary policy. Based on a rigorous description of selected financial markets and their driving forces, the theory and practice of monetary policy are explained in detail and illustrated by a number of up-to-date real world examples.
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by Joseph Huber, James Robertson - New Economics Foundation
In the information age, money has mainly become information, electronically stored and transmitted. The authors propose a simple reform of monetary policies, and spell out its practicalities step-by-step. The arguments for it are very strong.
by James A. Dorn (ed.) - Cato Institute
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