2 edition of Change in financial markets and first principles of monetary economics found in the catalog.
Change in financial markets and first principles of monetary economics
Sheila C. Dow
|Statement||by Sheila C. Dow and John Smithin.|
|Series||Discussion paper in eonomics / University of Stirling -- 91/23|
|Contributions||Smithin, John., University of Stirling. Department of Economics.|
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