3 edition of Essays on monetary aspects of inflation found in the catalog.
Essays on monetary aspects of inflation
F. C. Nold
|Statement||by F. C. Nold, Jack L. Carr, John W. L. Winder.|
|Contributions||Carr, Jack, 1944-, Winder, John W. L., 1931-., Canada. Prices and Incomes Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||75071231|
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The first observation that Friedman makes in his work is that there is a relationship between the nominal growth rate of the money supply and the. (shelved 2 times as monetary-theory) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Essays on money and inflation. [David E W Laidler] ; some current issues concerning the international aspects of inflation; price and output fluctuations in an open economy; the current inflation - the problem of explanation and the problem of policy; Thomas Tooke on monetary reform.
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