Chaotic Behaviour in a Simple Macroeconomic Model
A simple dynamic monetary model of a closed economy is proposed in which the Government uses money creation as a means of financing budget deficits. It is assumed that all money in the economy is Government fiat money which is costlessly produced and pays no interest and that real Government expenditure is a fixed proportion of real GNP.
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