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Further, condition (LK2) raises the problem of an 'exogenous' influence which is especially hard to deal with; namely the interaction between the fiscal and monetary authorities [94, 99], which is evident at every step of the way in an active monetary policy. The ranking test in this literature is that of Michael W. Keran [61] and it covers the six countries of the United States, Canada, West Germany, Japan, South Mrica, and the United Kingdom, although the emphasis is on the United States. The general purpose of the indicator, Keran argues, after Brunner and Meltzer [14], is to 'scale' monetary and fiscal influences on economic activity, where 'scaling' is meant to imply measuring the impact of the instruments on the final variables.

Assuming that both factor supply curves (labour and capital) are perfectly 57 inelastic (for clarity rather than because it is necessary to the argument), this leftward shift creates unemployment of both capital and labour: to the capital sector it will appear as a fall in the demand for capital (assuming capital and property are gathered together as the residual share). The authorities react by increasing their rate of production of money and this increases aggregate demand; we may argue that both of the factor demand curves shift to the right.

K. government [10], to the ending of the formal and discrete changes in Bank Rate as a policy variable in favour of more continuous changes in the Bank of England's discount rate. TARGETS AND INDICATORS [14, 15, 16, 34, 95] The discussion so far has actually evaded what might be the central question in monetary policy: in a world in which the authorities have imperfect knowledge of the causation and the timing of causation with regard to the determination of the final variables in the system, what operating rules and provisional techniques ought they to employ to instruct and guide them.

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