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Price expectations and the demand for money in Australia and the United States / Ross Milbourne
Bib ID 1810266
Format BookBook
Author
Milbourne, Ross
 
Description [Kensington, N.S.W.] : Centre for Applied Economic Research, University of New South Wales, 1982 
13, [3] p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0858232502
Series

Working papers (University of New South Wales. Centre for Applied Economic Research) ; no. 33.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [14]-[15].

Subjects Money. Demand. Effects of inflationary expectation. Econometric models. Study regions: Australia & United States  |  Demand for money -- Australia -- Mathematical models.  |  Demand for money -- United States -- Mathematical models.  |  Inflation (Finance) -- Australia -- Mathematical models.  |  Inflation (Finance) -- United States -- Mathematical models.
Other authors/contributors University of New South Wales. Centre for Applied Economic Research

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