Which Countries Have Been Printing Money? [ANALYSIS]Harrison Roger
Economists love to talk about money, and in particular the money supply. It’s covered in every beginning to advanced macroeconomics course.
Why do economists consider money supply so important? Largely for two reasons. First, money is, in a broad sense, a basic unit of account against which most everything traded is measured. Since economists love to talk about trade, they can’t ignore the effect of money on trade. Second, money affects prices, a main research area in economics. (Most of discussions around . . .
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