The Federal Reserve's Misleading Money Supply Measures

The Federal Reserve's Misleading Money Supply Measures

The most robust national income determination model is the monetarist model. The course of the economy when measured in nominal terms is determined by the course taken by the money supply. Indeed, the positive relationship between the growth rate of the money supply and both nominal GDP and nominal aggregate demand growth is unambiguous and overwhelming.

 

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