Money and Space: the behaviour of liquidity preference of banks and public in a peripheral country
This paper aims at analyzing the role of several monetary variables in the development of different regions based on particular understandings of what a region is and the money functions in capitalist economies. The concepts of central place and economic poles are used to characterize the Brazilian regions. The concept of liquidity preference is used to analyze the effect of money behaviour on the regional economic performance. The analysis of data is accomplished by using the principal component analysis and the cluster analysis.
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