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General Theory of Money: A New Approach

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Money, credit and monetary markets are interlinked with each other and linked to real sector of the economy. There is clearly no single market called money market, but there are two money markets, asset-money and credit-money markets, that money is created by the interactions between them. This created money would, then, enter into economic activities and to facilitate producing and transacting in the real sector. In other words, money is a heavenly creature that is created through interactions between money markets in the sky of monetary markets that returns to the land of real markets. In other words, monetary intermediaries, like firms, produce money within credit and savings process. In addition, monetary integration takes place by interaction of money markets.

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  • Rezaie, Mohsen, 2014. "General Theory of Money: A New Approach," MPRA Paper 60073, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    Keywords

    Asset-money; Credit-money; Saving; Monetary Theory; Monetary Variables; Monetary Integration;
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    • E40 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - Money and Interest Rates - - - General

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