Exchange Rates and International Finance Markets: An Asset-Theoretic Perspective with Schumpeterian Innovation

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Index

a
accommodating transactions 22 , 91
Allen, Franklin 135
Anacharsis the Scythian 124 , 128 , 129
arbitrage 50
arc sine law 78-9
Archibald, G.C. 126 , 128 , 137
Arrow, Kenneth J. 119-20 , 126-7 , 138
Arrow-Debreu securities 13 , 120 , 131
ask prices 103 , 105
asset approach to pricing 21
auction theory 11-12
Austria:
civil law code 6 ;
current account 90 ;
and the gold standard 20 ;
hard currency policy 44
autocorrelation patterns 34
autonomy of monetary policy 21
Azariadis, Costas 133

b
balance of payments see current account
Balassa-Samuelson effect 44
bankruptcies 98-9
banks:
credit rationing 133-4 ;
in Japan 134 ;
losses by 15 ;
see also central banks
Benedict, Saint 5
Bernardin of Siena, Saint 8
bid prices 103 , 105
birth and death models 110-14 ;
model I 111-12 ;
model II 112 ;
model III 113-14
Black, Fischer 8 , 41 , 96
Boehm von Bawerk, Eugen Ritter 15 , 20
Bowman, David 135
Brownian motion 30 , 108
bubbles in asset prices 115
budget constraints 109 , 138-9
Burstein, M.L. 128
Business Cycles (Schumpeter) 98
buy orders 102-3

c
Canada:
capital markets 52 ;
dollar-US dollar relationship 64
canon law 8 , 9
Cantillon, Richard 7 , 8-9 , 16 , 121
capital account see current account
capital flows 65-71 , 91-2 ;
financial capital 69-71 ;
and flexible exchange rates 21-3 ;
and interest rates 57 ;
and uncovered interest parity 50-1
Cassel, Gustav 49
caveat emptor4
central banks:
control of interest rates 119 ;
market intervention 91 ;
reserves 31 , 32
central prices 9
chaotic jumps 114-15
Child, Josiah 120
Churchill, Winston 24
civil law codes 4 , 6
Clarida, Richard 96
Clower, Robert 128
Codex Iustinianus4
common prices 6 , 7 , 12
common values 11 , 12 , 16
competition 7 ;
perfect competition 9
completeness of financial markets 13
contagion models 108-14
cost prices 9-11 , 14
Cox, D.R. 29 , 78
credit rationing 31 , 133-4
current account 86-95 ;
of Austria 90 ;
and economic growth 89 ;
and flexible exchange rates 22-3 ;
of Germany 68 ;
of Japan 86 ;
and price elasticities 90 , 92 ;

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