Monetary policy and the business cycle: the view from Geneva in the 1920s
G. A. Fleming, A. M. Endres, Australian National University. Faculty of Economics and Commerce, Australian National University. Research School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Economics & Commerce and Economics Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1996 - Fiscal policy - 31 pages
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1996 Vince Hooper bank reserves Bellerby Bellerby's business cycle central banks collaboration conduct of monetary countries credit policy currency data sources Department of Economics discount rate instrument economic activity economic barometers emphasis added employment index employment stability exchange rate favoured Fisher Fuss Geneva economists Genoa conference goal Hawtrey Hayek high level ILO economists ILO report ILO-League economists ILO-League research programme indicator variables interest rates John Quiggin Keynes Keynes's Tract labour market League of Nations levels of employment macroeconomic managed monetary system monetary authorities monetary factor monetary policy reaction monetary policy strategy money supply nominal wage Number Nurske open market operations policy of price policymakers price and employment price fluctuations price index price level fluctuations price level stability price level variations price stability productivity norm real factors Selgin September 1996 short-term Simon Grant stabilisation policy stabilise the price stabilising price levels statistical target of price target variable University of Auckland view from Geneva