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Introduction to a “money view” of economic activity for modern times, building on the intellectual traditions of British central banking and American institutionalism. Part One explores the economics of payment systems and money markets. Part Two explores connections with foreign exchange and capital markets.
1: The Four Prices of Money
2: The Natural Hierarchy of Money
3: Money and the State: Domestic
4: The Money View, Macro and Micro
Banking as a Clearing System
5: The Central Bank as a Clearinghouse
6: Federal Funds, Final Settlement
7: Repos, Postponing Settlement
8: Eurodollars, Parallel Settlement
Banking as Market Making
9: The World that Bagehot Knew
10: Dealers and Liquid Security Markets
11: Banks and the Market for Liquidity
12: Lender/Dealer of Last Resort
- Perry Mehrling - Economics, Barnard College
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