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by Bruce Champ,Scott Freeman

eBook Modeling Monetary Economies ePub
Author: Bruce Champ,Scott Freeman
Language: English
ISBN: 0521783542
ISBN13: 978-0521783545
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (January 29, 2001)
Pages: 344
Category: Business & Finance
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 142
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ePub file: 1660 kb
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Modeling Monetary Economies. Bruce Champ, Scott Freeman, Joseph Haslag.

Modeling Monetary Economies. It answers fundamental questions: why is fiat money valued? Can money coexist with interest-bearing assets? What is the role of banks and central banks? It also addresses topical questions relative to payment systems, liquidity risk, and the effects of the national debt on future growth. It is a must-read for all students eager to learn advanced monetary economics.

The book then moves from simple economies to modern economies . Scott Freeman was a Professor of Economics at the University of Texas, Austin.

The book then moves from simple economies to modern economies, addressing the role banks play in making more trades possible, concluding with the information problems plaguing modern banking, which result in financial crises.

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Veja grátis o arquivo Modeling Monetary Economies - Bruce Champ & Scott Freeman enviado para a disciplina de Economia Monetária Categoria: Aula - 4706100. The approach of this text is to teach monetary economics using the classical paradigm of rational agents in a market setting. Too often, monetary economics has been taught as a collection of facts about existing institutions for students to memorize.

Champ and Freeman's Modeling Monetary Economies is a wonderful volume that explains tough issues in monetary economics by building upon Wallace and Bryant's overlapping generations (OLG) model. The OLG framework is a very simple framework that has its limitations, yet it is a powerful explanatory device.

Dirty Money," Journal of Monetary Economics, 47, 2, 2001, pp. 377-416. Deposit insurance and liquidity. Stationary monetary equilibria with both legal and illegal productions exist, case the over-provision of currency may increment the extent of illegal production.

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Earlier he taught at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, the Universities of Iowa and Western Ontario, and Fordham University, New York. He taught earlier at Boston College and the University of California, Santa Barbara.

The approach of this text for upper-level undergraduates is to teach monetary economics using the classical paradigm of rational agents in a market setting. By teaching from first principles, the authors aim to instruct students not only in the monetary policies and institutions that exist today in the United States but also in what policies and institutions may or should exist tomorrow and elsewhere. The text builds on a simple, clear monetary model and applies this framework consistently to a wide variety of monetary questions. The authors have added in this second edition new material on speculative attacks on currencies, social security, currency boards, central banking alternatives, the payments system, and the Lucas model of price surprises. Discussions of many topics have been extended, presentations of data greatly expanded, and new exercises added.
inetserfer
This book is just what I need and want! Good book for economis and business learners.
Taulkree
Economists have a responsiblity to communicate as simply as possible. Too often complex mathematics are an egotistic tool of the economist that merely frustrates the reader. Champ and Freeman's Modeling Monetary Economies is a wonderful volume that explains tough issues in monetary economics by building upon Wallace and Bryant's overlapping generations (OLG) model.
The OLG framework is a very simple framework that has its limitations, yet it is a powerful explanatory device. Champ and Freeman apply it to the following exercises:
* Introduce money into an economy--any grad student of economics (as I once was) will tell you this is no simple task! We take money for granted, of course, but mathematical models tend to imply that money is unnecessary! Just getting money into an economic model without unreasonable assumptions is itself an accomplishment.
* Inflation--again, not easy to do in other mathematical models of money--and anticipated inflation
* International currency exchange and the indeterminancy of the exchange rate
* Central banking and changes to the money supply
* Banks and lending
* Deficits and the national debt
* The interaction of all of the above
The book also has exercises in it that apply and extend the models introduced in each chapter.
RECOMMENDATION
I recommend this book for advanced year undergrads (in mathematical econ programs) and graduate students. It really is a great book that builds a conceptual knowledge of the interaction of the various components of monetary economics. This is useful for understanding more complicated dynamic optimization models. And it provides models that are useful in their own right and relevant as the basis for further (ie., dissertation) research.
Saberdragon
This book is an example of how mathematics is intelligently used in economics, and the understanding of the latter is thereby enhanced. Only basic algebra is used, yet the authors are able to make non-trivial explanation about economic phenomena, from why money must exist to inflation to payment system. The text is mathematical and abstract, but as I read it, my frame of mind remains firmly that of an economist, and not of a mathematician (which is as it should be). The text is carefully written, flowing and anticipative of difficulties that a reader may have.
This is not an introductory text to economics, and I reject the idea that those with strong mathematical background should be introduced to economics in a different way from others. Any beginner, mathematical or not, should read Samuelson and the like first.
ZEr0
This book is a very good introduction to quantative monetary theories. Readers with science or engineering background can especially benefit from authors' concise mathematical expressions. It gives a clear and academic view about fundamental theories, so don't expect to see a lot of economical data or "stories".
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