The Demand for Money: Theory and Practice of Estimation
Using of modern econometric methods for the analysis of the demand for money has recently given the results, unexpected for monetary theorists. The connection between nominal prices and monetary aggregates appeared to be more complicated than mutual connections of many other economic variables. Besides, the experience of Russian reforms proved that the traditional methodology of analysis is not adequate for studying the demand for money in transition economies. The new methodology of money demand analysis presumes using the specific set of variables, in particular the volume of bank debits to deposit accounts. Wrong methods of money demand estimations in transition economies became a reason of serious mistakes in monetary policy.
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