Money and Monetary Policy in General Equilibrium
AbstractThe introduction of banks which issue and supply balances and payout their profits as dividends is the natural modification of the competitive equilibrium model developed by Arrow and Debreu which encompasses monetary economies. Equilibria in which money serves as a medium of exchange, and possibly only as such, exist. But they are. typically. suboptimal and indeterminate. There is an optimal monetary policy.
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money. banks. equilibrium;
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