The Central Banks: The International and European Directions

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Index
analytical systems,
central banks and, 100-107
announcement effects,
central banking lore and, note 3, 237
open market operations and, 89 (see expectations)
asset classes, 13
investment demand and, 13-14
autonomous,
statistical meaning, 55
autonomous (exogenous),
economic calculus, outside of, 26
autonomous variable,
meaning of, note 8, 110
backwardation,
review of, 71
backwardation view,
interest rates and, 177
Bagehot's Lombard Street, 204
Baker, James,
episode, 130; note 7, 159; note 10, 160
balance of payments, 135-137
capital flows and, 140-141
bank credit,
distinct from money, 86
bank loans,
borrowers and the money stock, 89 (see pushing on a string)
bank loans, Keynesian system,
two problems, 80
Bank of England, xiv (see England, Bank of)
bank rate (also discount rate; minimum lending rate; etc.), 5- 6
lombard rate, definition of, 6-7
bank rate, 64
as instrument of policy, 183
bank rate(s), movement of, 200
bank reserve equation, 82-84, 205
central bank operations and, 233- 234
bank reserves,
control of, 221-222, 225
bank-rate/discount-rate,
(see discount rate; lender of last resort)
banking acts of 1933 and 1935, U.S., 65
Bundesbank and, 95
banks, central, (see central banks)
Baring crisis, 223
Barro, Robert, note 20, 112-113

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