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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