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Alternative monetary aggregates

Patrick Honohan

Alternative monetary aggregates

by Patrick Honohan

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Published by Research Department, Central Bank of Ireland in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Patrick Honohan and David Lynch.
Series[Technical paper] / Central Bank of Ireland -- 7/RT/82
ContributionsLynch, David.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13976865M

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The chapter by Richard Anderson that discusses historical monetary aggregates is available as Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis working paper A data appendix to that working paper containing images of selected original source documents is available: Some Tables of Historical U.S. Currency and Monetary Aggregates Data. Start studying Monetary Aggregates. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

In econometrics and official statistics, and particularly in banking, the Divisia monetary aggregates index is an index of money supply. It uses Divisia index methods. Background. The monetary aggregates used by most central banks (notably the US Federal Reserve) are simple-sum indexes in which all monetary components are assigned the same weight. monetary aggregate or inflation in its implementation of monetary policy (Svensson, ). In the U.S., most recently Feldstein and Stock () argued that the Federal Reserve should use the M2 monetary aggregate as an intermediate target. On the other hand, there has been a fair.


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Defining “money” and searching for alternative monetary aggregates. One explanation for the velocity shift is the increased importance of bond and equity mutual funds, also called long-term funds, Over the four-yearperiod from tonet purchases of bond and equity mutual funds by investors.

Simple sum monetary aggregates became incoherent with theory, when monetary assets began paying interest and therefore could no longer be viewed as perfect substitutes. This is a useful tool to those associated with economics departments within universities, business schools, central banks and federal governments, financial institutions including underwriters, bankers and by:   Monetary aggregates are used to measure the money supply in a national economy.

The monetary base is an aggregate that includes the total supply of. A Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics Edited by Philip Arestis and Malcolm Sawyer Edward Elgar Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Mass.

January Contents Title Authors 1 Money: an alternative story Éric Tymoigne and L. Randall Wray 2 Endogenous money:. In this study the authors compare the information content of alternative monetary aggregates with respect to total spending in the economy, using data for Canada. The analysis considers 46 monetary measures, about half of which constitute conventional summation aggregates, while the remainder are superlative indices of monetary services based on the Fisher Ideal by:   to investigate the relationships between nominal income and alternative monetary aggregates in individual countries; to observe whether there are any cross-country patterns in the money supply nominal income relationships for certain common definitions of money such as narrow money, broad money or credit.

money aggregates, non-linear neural networks, and an empirical model using the broad aggregate M2++. hen Canada abandoned money-growth targets in the early s, the monetary aggregates became less central to ongoing analysis and advice regarding monetary policy.

Even when monetary targets were in place, the. Monetary Aggregates and Monetary Policy at the Federal Reserve: A Historical Perspective Chairman Ben S. Bernanke At the Fourth ECB Central Banking Conference, Frankfurt, Germany. Definitions of the monetary aggregates Last year the Bank ceased to publish certain monetary aggregates, including M3, following the conversion of the Abbey National to a bank.

At that time it was recognised that the conversion, together with other developments, called for a re-examination of the definitions of the broader. Analysis of the information content of alternative monetary aggregates. [Ottawa]: Bank of Canada, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Doug Hostland; Stephen S.

[7] The degree to which monetary policy optimally leans against the wind also depends on the stance of macro and microprudential policy, and whether policy makers have sufficient cyclical macroprudential tools that can be tightened if financial vulnerabilities rise.

Adrian and Liang () provide a literature review of the risk-taking channel of monetary policy and associated “leaning. Price stability would be a good guide to monetary policy if we knew the effects of non-monetary factors on prices, the exact time lag of present monetary actions, and the size of the effects of present monetary actions.

Therefore, he proposes monetary aggregates as a guide of monetary policy, because they are under direct control by the central bank. Specifically, he proposes the fixed growth of the money. Abstract.

One of the alternative methods for constructing monetary aggregates that has received much attention in the literature is the method proposed by Barnett (), which uses Cited by: Monetary Aggregate Targeting – an approach to monetary policy whereby the central bank adjusts its monetary policy instruments to control the level of monetary aggregates.

This approach is based on the assumption that there is a stable and predictable relationship between money on the one hand, and output and inflation on the other hand.

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This European adaptation takes Mishkin’s market leading text The Economics of Money. This paper compares the performance of economies with different monetary regimes during the last quarter century.

The conclusions include: (1) There is little evidence that inflation targeting affects performance in advanced economies, but some evidence of benefits in emerging economies; (2) Europe's monetary union has increased intra-European trade and capital flows, but divergence in Cited by:   Home Current Affairs Today GK Questions Current Affairs Questions Banking Awareness E-Books हिन्दी ☰ Basics of Monetary Aggregates.

First Published: Ap | Last Updated:November 1, During the s RBI introduced the Money Stock Measures. These were appropriately changed on the recommendation of the Y B Reddy. Historically, alternative monetary aggregates have been constructed simultaneously at different levels of aggregation because of uncertainty regarding the correspondence among the functions of money, available financial instruments, and the cost of converting less-liquid assets into medium of Size: KB.

Monetary Aggregates and Scope of Use IIn essence there is no single definition for “money” in the theory of economics, and it is rather difficult to define it in practice. Yet, for estimating the quantity of the “money” in circulation it is necessary to give the following three characteristics of monetary aggregates:File Size: 80KB.

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ELSEVIER Journal of Monetary Economics 40 () JOURNALOF Monetarv ECONOMI& Is there a role for monetary aggregates in the conduct of monetary policy?

Arturo Estrellaa.*, Frederic S. MishkirPbgc Federal Rrserre Bank of N~M. York, Nerr York, NYUS.4 h Graduate School of Business, Columbia CJniwrsip NW York, NY Cited by: developing new money supply concepts superior to those listed in Table I.

It is hoped that this material will assist the nonprofessional in critically evaluating commentary in the financial press and elsewhere on the use of a growing list of monetary aggregates in the conduct of monetary policy.monetary aggregates in basic monetary theory and especially in monetary policy analysis.

Thus, as is well known, today’s mainstream approach to monetary policy analysis presumes that policy rules reflect period-by-period adjustments of a short-term interest rate—not any monetary Size: KB.