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The demand for money in a period analysis context, the irrelevance of the choice of market and the loanable funds-liquidity preference debate

McGregor, P.G. (1988) The demand for money in a period analysis context, the irrelevance of the choice of market and the loanable funds-liquidity preference debate. Australian Economic Papers, 27 (50). pp. 136-141. ISSN 0004-900X

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Abstract

This article discusses The demand for money in a period analysis context, the irrelevance of the choice of market and the loanable funds-liquidity preference debate.