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The Link Between Money and Nominal Spending
World Economics, June 2014
The recent financial crisis has reignited interest in the role of money and credit in driving economic activity. This article takes a broad overview of the historical data available for assessing the link between money, credit and activity, using the quantity theory of money as an organising framework. The article shows that when trying to apply this theory to historical data, a complicated interaction between money and nominal spending emerges. And a deeper understanding of the forces driving money demand and supply is required to interpret the information contained in money about the level of activity and inflation.
Can Intra-Regional Trade Act as a Global Shock Absorber in Africa?
World Economics, September 2015
Flowing Together or Flowing Apart
José María Larrú Ramos
Martha Carro Fernández
World Economics, March 2014
Why India is Vulnerable to Portfolio Investment Movements
World Economics, December 2013
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