Measuring Money in the Netherlands

  • N. G. J. Janssen
  • C. J. M. Kool


On September 22, 1995, Norbert Janssen (the first author of this contribution) publicly defended the thesis The Definition and Policy Relevance of Monetary Aggregates in the Netherlands: An Inquiry into the Measurement of Monetary Services to obtain his PhD-degree. The thesis was written under the joint supervision of Conrad Oort and Clemens Kool (the second author of this contribution).


Money Demand Monetary Aggregate Money Growth Saving Deposit Divisia Index 
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  • N. G. J. Janssen
  • C. J. M. Kool

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