Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, Update (Anglais) Relié – 13 juillet 2005
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This market-leading text provides the most authoritative, applications-rich coverage of key concepts, models, and issues in money and banking. Frederic Mishkin previously held the post as Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His writing style, latest research, and discussion of policy issues keep his text as the forefront of money and banking. The 7th edition update comprehensively brings the data in the text, figures, tables and boxes up to date through early 2005.
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Une très bonne pédagogie contrairement à d'autres ouvrages qui eux, ne se mettent pas à la portée des lecteurs/lectrices en faisant trop complexe ou n'expliquant pas les grands mots qu'ils utilisent (notamment les ouvrages français).
Einstein dit un jour : "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." Et ceci résumé très bien la philosophie de cet ouvrage.
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I feel like I have a good grasp of what is going on currently inside the Fed. Bernanke is using inflation targeting and Mishkin is a proponent of the tactic. It also covered quantitative easing and the time preference theory of bond investment. I think I have a good grasp of the topic. Several chapters have appendices that are available for free online. Reading through those was an extra bonus when it came to test time.
The book did have a couple of errors. Sometimes it would be a slight grammar error or a slight math error. Sometimes it would say something that was completely the opposite of what it said in the next sentence. Fortunately there was enough content that I was able to work through these but to notice an error every 50 pages or so was grating. A book in its tenth edition should not have these issues.
Because I found this book to be a great supplement to my macroeconomic studies I'll rate it highly. For the crazy prices that publishers charge for textbooks, this book deserves another rundown from the editors.
I’m not halfway done with the quarter. If any professors are reading this, please know this book is 11/10. It is not boring. This book is so easy to read! I plan purchasing an older version for a cheaper price so I can always have the information on hand
This was for class and I definitely recommend actually reading it. The first 1/3 is mostly technical, getting the reader caught up in some basic economic theory and adding in some definitions so you have a background knowledge going forward. The rest of the text you can really tell that the author has a passion for the subject; it gets more and more "impassioned" if that can be used in a monetary policy/economics sense. It is the dismal science after all.