National financial policies and asset market interdependence
Title: National financial policies and asset market interdependence
Author: LE CACHEUX, Jacques
Citation: Florence : European University Institute, 1981
Series/Number: EUI PhD theses; Department of Economics
Under present international arrangements, central banks are virtually free to decide on whether or not to pursue exchange rate policies; similarly, in the domestic asset markets, they may choose to peg an interest rate or an other, or else to operate with aggregate targets.
LC Subject Heading: Foreign exchange rates
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction 9 1. Theoretical Underpinnings 10 2. Premises and Limitations 12 3. Brief Outline Ch.l. A Simple Model of World Financial Equilibrium Ch.2. Disturbances and Policy Regimes Ch.3. Financial Constraints on Regime Choice Ch.4. On Extending the Analysis -- Bibliography
Defence date: 30 October 1981; Supervisor: Pierre Salmon
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