Monetary Variables in Macmod. A Note Concerning the Introduction of Monetary Variables in the Tanzanian Macro Economic Model : Macmod
AbstractThis paper discusses the relationship between money supply and production in Tanzania, wit special reference to Macmod, the macroeconomic model for Tanzania. The relationship between money supply and production is seen as being neither direct nor simple in nature: the paper argues that the money supply does not impact production directly, but via inflation. Other things being equal, one may consequently expect money supply to influence inflation, and inflation to affect production.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Universitat Zurich - Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Institut in its series Papers with number 2000:2.
Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: 2000
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