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Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy [electronic resource] : A Post-Keynesian Approach

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781848440678Series: New Directions in Modern Economics SeriesPublication details: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781849808729
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy : A Post-Keynesian ApproachDDC classification:
  • 332.4 21
LOC classification:
  • HG221
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Contents:
Cover; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Keynes, Crisis and Macroeconomic Policy; PART I Endogenous money and financial crisis; 1. A Minsky moment? The subprime crisis and the 'new' capitalism; 2. Lessons from the 1929 crash and the 1930s debt deflation: what Bernanke and King learned, and what they could have learned; 3. The collapse of securitization: from subprimes to global credit crunch; PART II Monetary policy and policy rules; 4. From monetary to fiscal policy rule: a matter of adjustment or choice?
10. Implications of Basel II for national development banksPART IV Inflation targeting, new consensus macroeconomics and macroeconomic policy; 11. Inflation targeting drawbacks in the absence of a 'natural' anchor: a Keynesian appraisal of the Fed and ECB policies from 1999 to 2006; 12. Fiscal policy in the macroeconomic policy mix: a critique of the new consensus model and a comparison of macroeconomic policies in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden from a post-Keynesian perspect; 13. Re-thinking macroeconomic policies
14. Turkish monetary policy in a post-crises era: a further case of 'new consensus'?15. Instability and uncertainty incognitive capitalism; Index
5. Money creation, employment and economic stability: the monetary theory of unemployment and inflation6. Monetary policy without reserve requirements: central bank money as means of final payment on the interbank market; 7. Post-Keynesian interest rate rules and macroeconomic performance: a comparative evaluation; PART III Monetary policy under the Basel II Accord; 8. Basel II: a new regulatory framework for global banking; 9. The Basel II influence on the money supply process: a comparative analysis of the eurozone and the United States
Summary: With recent turmoil in financial markets around the world, this unique and up-to-date book addresses a number of challenging issues regarding monetary policy, financial markets and macroeconomic policy. While some of the chapters address the recent crisis as well as adjustments to the Basel Accord, others analyze the required changes to the conduct of monetary and fiscal policies. The distinguished authors offer an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of macroeconomics and provide alternative policies to deal with a number of persistent modern-day problems. Offering an interesting analysis of c
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Cover; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Keynes, Crisis and Macroeconomic Policy; PART I Endogenous money and financial crisis; 1. A Minsky moment? The subprime crisis and the 'new' capitalism; 2. Lessons from the 1929 crash and the 1930s debt deflation: what Bernanke and King learned, and what they could have learned; 3. The collapse of securitization: from subprimes to global credit crunch; PART II Monetary policy and policy rules; 4. From monetary to fiscal policy rule: a matter of adjustment or choice?

10. Implications of Basel II for national development banksPART IV Inflation targeting, new consensus macroeconomics and macroeconomic policy; 11. Inflation targeting drawbacks in the absence of a 'natural' anchor: a Keynesian appraisal of the Fed and ECB policies from 1999 to 2006; 12. Fiscal policy in the macroeconomic policy mix: a critique of the new consensus model and a comparison of macroeconomic policies in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden from a post-Keynesian perspect; 13. Re-thinking macroeconomic policies

14. Turkish monetary policy in a post-crises era: a further case of 'new consensus'?15. Instability and uncertainty incognitive capitalism; Index

5. Money creation, employment and economic stability: the monetary theory of unemployment and inflation6. Monetary policy without reserve requirements: central bank money as means of final payment on the interbank market; 7. Post-Keynesian interest rate rules and macroeconomic performance: a comparative evaluation; PART III Monetary policy under the Basel II Accord; 8. Basel II: a new regulatory framework for global banking; 9. The Basel II influence on the money supply process: a comparative analysis of the eurozone and the United States

With recent turmoil in financial markets around the world, this unique and up-to-date book addresses a number of challenging issues regarding monetary policy, financial markets and macroeconomic policy. While some of the chapters address the recent crisis as well as adjustments to the Basel Accord, others analyze the required changes to the conduct of monetary and fiscal policies. The distinguished authors offer an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of macroeconomics and provide alternative policies to deal with a number of persistent modern-day problems. Offering an interesting analysis of c