The Money Minders: The Parables, Trade-offs and Lags of Central Banking (Paperback)Jagjit Chadha (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 250
Weight: 344 g
Edition: New edition
'A book like this has been needed for a long time: a primer on money-credit theory and practice for the interested generalist, which is up to date, informed by theory without drowning in abstraction, engages with the hazards of policy making, and takes institutions seriously.' Paul Tucker, Harvard Kennedy School
'Through a fascinating series of old stories, lessons from economic history, and modern models, the author describes how central banking learned to provide stability in the value of money and financial stability. It is a must read for all students of money matters.' Michael Bordo, Rutgers Economics
'This is a great book for anyone studying monetary economics in the UK. It will be perfect for undergraduates, and even graduates would benefit from it. It covers all the main issues in a clear and accessible style, with a great use of diagrams and appropriate quotations. It provides a good read, and the analysis is well done and sensible throughout.' Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics
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