This handbook explains the development and implementation of monetary policy. It examines theories and issues related to the preservation of economic activity and explores why the preservation of economic stability is a principal goal of public policy.
Table of Contents
Unit 1 Preserving economic stability: part A - business and economic activity; part B - perspectives from economic theory; part C - forecasting and measuring economic activity; part D - political dimensions of economic policy. Unit 2 Monetary policy: part E - policy; part G financial markets and institutions; part H - implementations of monetary policy; part I monetary policy and interest rates.