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  • Determinants of money demand in Ireland 1971 to 1988: rounding-up the usual suspects 

    Hurley, Margaret; Guiomard, Cathal (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1989)
    Unless some form of stable relationship between money demand and economic activity exists, there is no possibility of the monetary authorities being able to affect economic activity by changing the money supply. This fact, ...
  • Money demand in Ireland 1972-1989: a dynamic equation 

    Hurley, Margaret; Guiomard, Cathal (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1990)
    The relationship between the demand for real money and its principal determinants is the vital link by which the actions of the monetary authorities affect the real economy. The estimation of money demand functions that ...
  • Towards a reformulation of monetary theory: competitive banking 

    Greenwald, Bruce; Stiglitz, Joseph E. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1991)
    Neo-classical economics is a difficult subject. It requires more than the usual willing suspension of disbelief. One is asked to put aside one's economic intuition, one's experiences of how the world works, to enter the ...