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Ernie van der Merwe; Sandra Mollentze; JJ Rossouw; JC Vermeulen; LA Leshoro
ISBN: 9780199050703
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What do you need to know about financial innovation, financial liberalisation and deregulation? Do you know what purpose monetary policy serves in the economy? What is the role of interest rates? The second edition of Monetary Economics will look into these matters and other topical issues such as the subprime crisis. The text uses a step-by-step approach to technical areas such as formulae and graphs. The book takes a look at South African as a developing country within the wider global arena. Monetary Economics is written in a concise and accessible level for Economics students at senior undergraduate and Honours level.

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780199050703
Title Monetary Economics
Author Ernie van der Merwe; Sandra Mollentze; JJ Rossouw; JC Vermeulen; LA Leshoro
Edition 2nd
Publisher Oxford University press
Publication Date 2014
Country of Publication South Africa
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 384
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