Comments on ‘Monetarism in a World without “Money”’ by Thomas Mayer

  • Joseph Bisignano


Professor Mayer’s paper had the interesting effect on me of recalling to mind my early economics education; something like discovering in your attic a report card from your schooldays. It made me ask myself where I got the views on monetary theory and policy I currently possess, and to ask in addition how strongly I hold those views. It then brought to mind conversations I have had with two well-known economists.


Interest Rate Monetary Policy Central Bank Money Demand Monetary Aggregate 
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  1. Goldfeld, S. M. (1973) ‘The Demand for Money Revisited’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, vol. 4, pp. 577–638.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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