References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 31 references in this bibliography folder.

Ferreiro, J, Peinado, P, and Serrano, F (2012).
Global Imbalances as Constraints to the Economic Recovery in Developed Economies
In: International Economic Policies, Governance and the New Economic Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Passarella, M (2012).
Financialisation and the Monetary Circuit: A Macro-Accounting Heterodox Approach
, (STOREP Version).

Mehrling, P (2011).
The New Lombard Street: How the Fed Became the Dealer of Last Resort
Princeton University Press.

The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (2011).
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Report
US Government.

Bezemer, D (2010).
Understanding Financial Crisis through Accounting Models
Accounting, Organizations and Society, 35(7):676–688.

Keen, S (2010).
Solving the Paradox of Monetary Profits
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 4(2010-31).

Arestis, P (2009).
New Consensus Macroeconomics: A Critical Appraisal. Economics
The Levy Economics Institute, New York., Working Paper(564), New York.

Graeber, D (2009).
Debt: The First 5,000 Years
, Brooklyn, New York.

Hellwig, C and Lorenzoni, G (2009).
Bubbles and Self-Enforcing Debt
Econometrica, 77(4):1137–1164.

Gruen, N (2008).
Go Early, Go Hard, Go Households
, The Australian Financial Review.

Karadi, P and Koren, M (2008).
A Spatial Explanation for the Balassa–Samuelson Effect
Society for Economic Dynamics, Meeting Papers(891), St Louis.

Angeriz, A and Arestis, P (2007).
Monetary Policy in the UK
Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31(6):863–884.

Godley, W and Lavoie, M (2007).
Monetary Economics: An Integrated Approach to Credit, Money, Income, Production and Wealth
Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke.

Schulmeister, S (2006).
The Interaction between Technical Currency Trading and Exchange Rate Fluctuations
Finance Research Letters, 3(3):212–233.

Harrison, R, Nikolov, K, Quinn, M, Ramsay, G, Scott, A, and Thomas, R (2005).
The Bank of England Quarterly Model
Bank of England, London.

Select Committee on Economic Affairs (2004).
Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Present Successes and Future Problems
The Stationary Office Limited, London.

Fischer, C (2002).
Real Currency Appreciation in Accession Countries: Balassa–Samuelson and Investment Demand
, Discussion Paper(19/02), Frankfurt.

Wadhwani, S (2000).
The Exchange Rate and the MPC: What can we do?
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin:297–306.

Fama, E (1991).
Efficient Capital Markets: II
The Journal of Finance, 46(5):1575–1617.

Froot, K and Thaler, R (1990).
Anomalies: Foreign Exchange
The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 4(3):179–192.

Graziani, A (1989).
The Theory of the Monetary Circuit
In: The Money Supply in the Economic Process, ed. by M. Musella and C. Panico, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Minsky, H (1982).
The Financial Instability Hypothesis
The Levy Economics Institute, Economics Working Paper(74), New York.

Balassa, B (1964).
The Purchasing-Power Parity Doctrine: A Reappraisal
Journal of Political Economy, 72(6):584–596.

Samuelson, P (1964).
Theoretical Notes on Trade Problems
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 46(2).

Friedman, M (1953).
Essays in Positive Economics
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, London.