The Two Monetary Approaches to the Balance of Payments; Keynesian and Johnsonian
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KeywordsBalance of payments; IMF; Monetary policy; Monetary approach to the balance of payments; monetarism; monetary approach; money supply; monetary fund; demand for money; History of Thought: Macroeconomics; History of Thought: Individuals; Model Construction and Estimation; Macroeconomic Aspects of International Trade and Finance: General; Mometarism;
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