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Monetarisme adalah kecenderungan dalam pemikiran ekonomi yang menekankan peran pemerintah dalam mengendalikan jumlah uang beredar. Ini adalah pandangan dalam ekonomi moneter bahwa variasi jumlah uang beredar memiliki pengaruh besar pada output nasional dalam jangka pendek dan tingkat harga selama periode waktu lebih lama dan bahwa tujuan dari kebijakan moneter yang terbaik bertemu dengan menargetkan tingkat pertumbuhan jumlah uang beredar.[1]

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Phillip Cagan, 1987. "Monetarism," The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, v. 3, Reprinted in John Eatwell et al. (1989), Money: The New Palgrave, pp. 195-205 & 492-497

Bacaan lebih lanjut[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Andersen, Leonall C., and Jerry L. Jordan, 1968. “Monetary and Fiscal Actions: A Test of Their Relative Importance in Economic Stabilization,” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review (November), pp. 11–24. PDF (30 sec. load: press +) and HTML.
  • _____, 1969. “Monetary and Fiscal Actions: A Test of Their Relative Importance in Economic Stabilization — Reply,” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review (April), pp. 12–16. PDF (15 sec. load; press +) and HTML.
  • Brunner, Karl, and Allan H. Meltzer, 1993. Money and the Economy: Issues in Monetary Analysis, Cambridge. Description and chapter previews, pp. ix-x.
  • Cagan, Phillip, 1965. Determinants and Effects of Changes in the Stock of Money, 1875-1960. NBER. Foreword by Milton Friedman, pp. xiii-xxviii. Table of Contents.
  • Friedman, Milton, ed. 1956. Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money, Chicago. Chapter 1 is previewed at Friedman, 2005, ch. 2 link.
  • _____, 1960. A Program for Monetary Stability. Fordham University Press.
  • _____, 1968. "The Role of Monetary Policy," American Economic Review, 58(1), pp. 1-17 (press +).
  • _____, [1969] 2005. The Optimum Quantity of Money. Description and table of contents, with previews of 3 chapters.
  • Friedman, Milton, and David Meiselman, 1963. “The Relative Stability of Monetary Velocity and the Investment Multiplier in the United States, 1897-1958,” in Stabilization Policies, pp. 165–268. Prentice-Hall/Commission on Money and Credit, 1963.
  • Friedman, Milton, and Anna Jacobson Schwartz, 1963a. "Money and Business Cycles," Review of Economics and Statistics, 45(1), Part 2, Supplement, p p. 32-64. Reprinted in Schwartz, 1987, Money in Historical Perspective, ch. 2.
  • _____. 1963b. A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960. Princeton. Page-searchable links to chapters on 1929-41 and 1948-60
  • Johnson, Harry G., 1971. "The Keynesian Revolutions and the Monetarist Counter-Revolution," American Economic Review, 61(2), p p. 1-14. Reprinted in John Cunningham Wood and Ronald N. Woods, ed., 1990, Milton Friedman:: Critical Assessments, v. 2, p p. 72- 88. Routledge,
  • Laidler, David E.W., 1993. The Demand for Money: Theories, Evidence, and Problems, 4th ed. Description.
  • Schwartz, Anna J., 1987. Money in Historical Perspective, University of Chicago Press. Description and Chapter-preview links, pp. vii-viii.
  • Warburton, Clark, 1966. Depression, Inflation, and Monetary Policy; Selected Papers, 1945-1953 Johns Hopkins Press. Evaluation in Anna J. Schwartz, Money in Historical Perspective, 1987.

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