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Alternative post-keynesian models of money supply determination

By Aleš Krejdl


This article presents three competing models of money supply determination as derived in Palley (1996). Two of the models can be considered post-keynesian in nature and identified with accommodationist and structuralist approach to money endogeneity. Post-keynesian models are contrasted with orthodox money multiplier model. Presentation of the models enables not only to derive hypothesis for empirical testing but also to compare the two post-keynesian models. The accommodationist and structuralist models are not viewed as mutually inconsistent but rather as complements. Scope for potential synthesis and future research is indicated.post-Keynesianism, money endogeneity, money supply determination, credit demand and credit supply

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