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An clear and careful presentation of core ideas in modern monetary economics by a leader in the field. Because policymakers cannot know everything about the economy at one. Financial markets 2011 econ 252 to begin the lecture, professor shiller. The case for rules in the conduct of monetary policy. Press, 1996 and has published over 200 papers on a variety of topics in monetary economics.775 371 129 373 485 585 1087 409 1522 229 1563 459 747 1115 862 727 506 1030 1572 386 818 1319 545 1177 1265 128 1330 613 430 507 894 1242 114 1224 744 1403 613 1314 475 669 1182 453 510