Consequences of Debt Policy in a Stochastically Growing Monetary Economy
The effects of open market operations and long versus short bond financing on risk in financial markets in a stochastically growing economy are studied. An increase in short bonds, resulting from exchanging long bonds, increases the riskiness of long bonds and raises their real rate of return. An open market purchase of either long or short bonds raises the price of long bonds and lowers their risk and real return.
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