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Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy

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  • Claude Gnos
  • Louis-Philippe Rochon

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With recent turmoil in financial markets around the world, this unique and up-to-date book addresses a number of challenging issues regarding monetary policy, financial markets and macroeconomic policy.

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  • Claude Gnos & Louis-Philippe Rochon (ed.), 2011. "Credit, Money and Macroeconomic Policy," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 13254.
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