Money, Banking, and Financial Markets

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780030333347
  • Publisher: Dryden Press FL
  • Publication date: 4/15/1994
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.75 (w) x 9.43 (h) x 1.62 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction 1
Pt. 1 The Financial System: Some Basic Ideas 9
Ch. 2 Saving and Investment 11
Ch. 3 Borrowing and Lending 31
Ch. 4 Money and Payments 59
Ch. 5 The Business of Banking and Its Regulation 85
Ch. 6 Interest Rates and Security Prices 107
Pt. 2 Banking and the Money Market 139
Ch. 7 The Government Securities Market 141
Ch. 8 The Interstate Banking Story 169
Ch. 9 Banks and the Money Market: I. The Rising Tide 205
Ch. 10 Banks and the Money Market: II. The Banks Fight Back 227
Appendix: Using T-Accounts 248
Ch. 11 International Banking 251
Ch. 12 Banking in the 1990s: Managing Liquidity and Risk 273
Appendix: Calculating Duration 301
Pt. 3 More about Financial Markets 307
Ch. 13 Hedging Risk with Futures, Options, and Swaps 309
Ch. 14 The Capital Market 343
Ch. 15 The Mortgage Market 385
Appendix: The Interest-Rate Sensitivity of Mortgage-Strips 414
Pt. 4 Regulation and Policy 417
Ch. 16 Bank Safety: The Issues 419
Ch. 17 The Deposit Insurance Crisis 447
Ch. 18 The Regulation of Banking and Financial Markets in the 1990s 481
Pt. 5 Regulating the Quantity of Money 509
Ch. 19 The Multiple Expansion of Bank Deposits: An Introduction 511
Appendix A: Tracing the Multiple Expansion of Deposits through the Banking System 531
Appendix B: Transforming Equations in Total Amounts into Equations in Changes in Those Amounts 534
Ch. 20 The Fed's Instruments of Control 537
Ch. 21 Multiple Expansion and the Money Multiplier in Practice 559
Pt. 6 Money and the Economy 577
Ch. 22 The Demand for Money and Velocity 579
Appendix: The Baumol-Tobin Formula 604
Ch. 23 Money, Prices, and Interest Rates in the Long Run 607
Ch. 24 The First Effects of a Change on the Economy 619
Ch. 25 The Open Economy and Exchange Rates 635
Appendix: A Brief History of Exchange-Rate Regimes 663
Ch. 26 The ISLM Model 667
Appendix: The Liquidity Preference Theory of the Interest Rate 694
Ch. 27 Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand 695
Appendix: Aggregate Demand and the ISLM Model 714
Ch. 28 Inflation: Its Causes and Consequences 719
Ch. 29 Expectations, Interest Rates, and Exchange Rates 749
Pt. 7 Monetary Policy 779
Ch. 30 The Formation of Monetary Policy 781
Appendix: Alternative Targets in Terms of the Liquidity Preference Theory 806
Ch. 31 The Evolution of Stabilization Policy 807
Appendix: The Keynesian-Monetarist Debate in Terms of the ISLM Model 835
Ch. 32 The Monetarist Experiment and After 839
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