The Monetary and Portfolio Approaches
The supporters of the monetary approach to the balance of payments (MABP) claimed their allegiance to David Hume (1752), considered the author of the first complete formulation of the classical theory of the mechanism for the adjustment of the balance of payments based on the flows of money (gold).
KeywordsCentral Bank Money Supply Money Demand Monetary Authority Balance Constraint
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Suggested Further Reading
- Branson, W.H., 1974, Stocks and Flows in International Monetary Analysis, in A. Ando, R. Herring and R. Marston (eds.), International Aspects of Stabilization Policies, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Conference Series No. 12, 27–50.Google Scholar
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- McKinnon, R.I., 1969, Portfolio Balance and International Payments Adjustment, in R.A. Mundell and A.K. Swoboda (eds.), Monetary Problems of the International Economy, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 199–234.Google Scholar
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