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Author Thomas, Lloyd Brewster, 1941-

Title Money, banking, and financial markets / Lloyd B. Thomas.

Published New York : McGraw-Hill Companies, [1997]
©1997

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 UniM Bund  332.1 THOM {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Edition International ed.
Physical description xxiii, 678 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Money, Banking, and Financial Markets: An Overview -- Ch. 2. Money: Its Nature, Functions, and Evolution -- Ch. 3. Financial Markets and Instruments -- Ch. 4. Financial Intermediation -- Ch. 5. The Behavior of Interest Rates -- Ch. 6. Real Interest Rates -- Ch. 7. The Term Structure and Risk Structure of Interest Rates -- Ch. 8. The Foreign Exchange Market -- Ch. 9. Commercial Banking -- Ch. 10. The Banking Industry: Structure and Regulation -- Ch. 11. The Savings and Loan Debacle, Commercial Bank Failures, and Deposit Insurance -- Ch. 12. The Federal Reserve System: Its Structure and Functions -- Ch. 13. The Deposit Expansion Process: A Simple Analysis -- Ch. 14. Money Supply Determination: The Monetary Base -- Ch. 15. Money Supply Determination: The Money Supply Multiplier -- Ch. 16. The Role of the Federal Reserve in the Great Depression of the 1930s -- Ch. 17. Open Market Operations: The Primary Tool of Federal Reserve Policy.
Ch. 18. Tools of Federal Reserve Policy: Discount Window Policy and Reserve Requirement Policy -- Ch. 19. Conducting Monetary Policy: Ultimate Goals and Intermediate Targets -- Ch. 20. The Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply Model -- Ch. 21. The Demand for Money and Velocity of Money -- Ch. 22. The Behavior of Velocity of Money in the United States -- Ch. 23. The IS-LM Model of the Macroeconomy -- Ch. 24. The IS-LM Model: Implications for Monetary and Fiscal Policy -- Ch. 25. The Transmission of Monetary Policy -- Ch. 26. Monetarism and the New Classical Macroeconomics: Skeptical Views of Discretionary Monetary Policy -- Ch. 27. The International Monetary System.
Subject Money.
Monetary policy.
Banks and banking.
Securities.
ISBN 0070644365