Interpreting the Money Supply: Human and Institutional Factors

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Quorum Books, 1987 - Business & Economics - 245 pages

Professor Graziano's study, the first attempt to investigate the impact of human cognitive processes on our understanding of money supply, promises to shake up the fiscal establishment and bring down a number of cherished shibboleths. Using the conceptual tools of cognitive psychology, Professor Graziano subjects our monetary beliefs, measurements, and communications to an incisive, original analysis that may overturn current ideas about the way money supply should be measured and reported and thus affect a broad range of financial/investment decisions.

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Contents

From Liquid to Gaseous
3
PART TWO HOW DECODERS EXTRACT INFORMATION
21
Reification of Structure
45
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LORETTA GRAZIANO is Associate Professor in the Department of Management, California State University at Hayward.

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