The Art of Monetary Policy

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Index
acquisitions, as strategy, 69
arbitrage
global, 38-39
regulatory, 39-40 art
of economic forecasting, 85-100
of monetary policy, 7-11
of policymaking, 85-100
auction, Treasury debt, 130-32
balance of payments
and exchange rates, 173-75, 189-90
financing of, 177-78
and flows of funds, 164
international effects, 196-97
and national economic policies, 196
Bank of Italy, credibility, 25-27
Bank of Mexico, credibility, 25-26
banking
structure of, 65-66
technological change, 66
unbundling of services, 65, 70-71
banks
basic business, 36-38
branch banks, 58
and securities business, 36-38
structural changes in, 36-38
Baumol, Will
on growth, 54
monetary theory, 44
BCCI
exploitation of regulatory
differences, 66
problem of, 27
Beige Book, 136
Bennett, Jack, proposal for selling
Treasury debt, 131-32
black box, relationships between money supply and the economy, 104
Blue Book, 136
book entry, stocks and bonds, 58-59
Bretton Woods system, 188
Britain, inflation, 32
Bryan, William Jennings, "cross of gold," 77
Bureau of Labor Statistics, use in economic forecasting, 86-87
Burns, Arthur
attacks on integrity of, 83
dependence on J.P. Morgan, 34
Fed chairman, 21-22
capital base, necessary size, 46
central bank
as credible institution, 24-30
functions of, 27-29
ineffectiveness of money growth policy, 101
international issues, 28-29, 178-79
international differences, 175-77
as unpopular institutions, 75-77
Chase Manhattan Bank, credit crunch, xii-xiii
checking accounts
cost to banks, 59, 63
money market and bond funds, 59
commercial banks, regulation, 61-62
commodity prices, as economic signals, 100
computer services, as niche market, 70
consolidation, of banking industry, 65, 66-71, 72

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