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Not All NGDP is Created Equal: A Critique of Market Monetarism


Alexander William Salter


Berry College

December 13, 2012

Journal of Private Enterprise 29(1) 2013: 41-52

Abstract:     
Market Monetarism, with its policy rule of NGDP targeting, has in common with free banking that both seek to avoid monetary disequilibrium. One might conclude that these are different approaches to achieving the same end. The purpose of this paper is to show that the proximate ends are in fact conceived differently: Stable NGDP as an object of choice by a central bank is different from NGDP as the emergent outcome of the market process. Furthermore, well-known insights on knowledge, the pricing process, and the institutional context of economic activity suggest that this difference has important implications.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 13

Keywords: free banking, Market Monetarism, market process, monetary disequilibrium, monetary institutions, NGDP

JEL Classification: B53, E42, E50

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Date posted: December 14, 2012 ; Last revised: August 16, 2014

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Salter, Alexander William, Not All NGDP is Created Equal: A Critique of Market Monetarism (December 13, 2012). Journal of Private Enterprise 29(1) 2013: 41-52. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2189175

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Berry College ( email )
Mount Berry, GA 30149
United States
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