The remarkable stability of monetary base velocity in the United States, 1919-1999
AbstractThis analysis examines the long-run demand for the adjusted monetary base in the United States, 1919-1999. When the "price"of the base is measured by the inverse of the yield on long-term, high-quality corporate bonds and an appropriate functional form is selected, the quantity of base money demanded is found to be a stable function "...of a small number of variables."
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