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New Monetarist Economics: Methods

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  • Williamson, Stephen D.
  • Wright, Randall

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This essay articulates the principles and practices of New Monetarism, our label for a recent body of work on money, banking, payments, and asset markets. We first discuss methodological issues distinguishing our approach from others: it has something in common with Old Monetarism, but there are also some important differences; it has little in common with Old or New Keynesianism. We describe the key principles of these schools and contrast them with our approach. To show how it works in practice, we build a benchmark New Monetarist model, and use it to address frontier issues concerning asset markets and banking.

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Keywords: New Monetarism; Monetary economoics; financial intermediation; New Keynesian;

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