In our analysis of money, we have focused on its two basic functions, those of (a) the means of contractual settlement, and (b) the vehicle for transferring purchasing power over time, a liquidity time machine.
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- 3.Weintraub indicates that Central Bank intervention has been greater for developed nations since the abandonment of the Bretton Woods fix rate system in 1971. See S. Weintraub, ‘Flexible Exchange Rates: New Wine in Old Bottles’, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 3, 1981.Google Scholar
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