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The "equation of exchange" relating the supply of money to the value of money transactions was stated by John Stuart Mill  who expanded on the ideas of David Hume. Henry Thornton introduced the idea of a central bank after the financial panic ofalthough, the concept of a modern central bank was not given much importance until Keynes published "A Tract on Monetary Reform" in InThornton published An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain in which he gave an account of his theory regarding the central bank's ability to control price level.
According to his theory, the central bank could control the currency in circulation through book keeping. This control could allow the central bank to gain a command of the money supply of the country. This ultimately would lead to the central bank's ability to control the price level.
His introduction of the central bank's ability to influence the price level was a major contribution to the development of the quantity theory of money.
The law, that the quantity of the circulating medium is determined by the sum of the prices of the commodities circulating, and the average velocity of currency may also be stated as follows: The erroneous opinion that it is, on the contrary, prices that are determined by the quantity of the circulating medium, and that the latter depends on the quantity of the precious metals in a country;this opinion was based by those who first held it, on the absurd hypothesis that commodities are without a price, and money without a value, when they first enter into circulation, and that, once in the circulation, an aliquot part of the medley of commodities is exchanged for an aliquot part of the heap of precious metals.
John Maynard Keyneslike Marx, accepted the theory in general and wrote This Theory is fundamental.
Its correspondence with fact is not open to question. Also like Marx he believed that the theory was misrepresented. Where Marx argues that the amount of money in circulation is determined by the quantity of goods times the prices of goods Keynes argued the amount of money was determined by the purchasing power or aggregate demand.
He wrote Thus the number of notes which the public ordinarily have on hand is determined by the purchasing power which it suits them to hold or to carry about, and by nothing else. In the Tract on Monetary Reform Keynes developed his own quantity equation: The error often made by careless adherents of the Quantity Theory, which may partly explain why it is not universally accepted is as follows.
The Theory has often been expounded on the further assumption that a mere change in the quantity of the currency cannot affect k, r, and k', — that is to say, in mathematical parlance, that n is an independent variable in relation to these quantities.
It would follow from this that an arbitrary doubling of n, since this in itself is assumed not to affect k, r, and k', must have the effect of raising p to double what it would have been otherwise. The Quantity Theory is often stated in this, or a similar, form.
Now "in the long run" this is probably true. If, after the American Civil Warthat American dollar had been stabilized and defined by law at 10 per cent below its present value, it would be safe to assume that n and p would now be just 10 per cent greater than they actually are and that the present values of k, r, and k' would be entirely unaffected.
But this long run is a misleading guide to current affairs. In the long run we are all dead. Economists set themselves too easy, too useless a task if in tempestuous seasons they can only tell us that when the storm is long past the ocean will be flat again.
In actual experience, a change in n is liable to have a reaction both on k and k' and on r. It will be enough to give a few typical instances. Before the war and indeed since there was a considerable element of what was conventional and arbitrary in the reserve policy of the banks, but especially in the policy of the State Banks towards their gold reserves.
These reserves were kept for show rather than for use, and their amount was not the result of close reasoning. There was a decided tendency on the part of these banks between and to bottle up gold when it flowed towards them and to part with it reluctantly when the tide was flowing the other way.
Consequently, when gold became relatively abundant they tended to hoard what came their way and to raise the proportion of the reserves, with the result that the increased output of South African gold was absorbed with less effect on the price level than would have been the case if an increase of n had been totally without reaction on the value of r.
Thus in these and other ways the terms of our equation tend in their movements to favor the stability of p, and there is a certain friction which prevents a moderate change in v from exercising its full proportionate effect on p.Compound Forms/Forme composte: Inglese: Italiano: a little more n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
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In monetary economics, the quantity theory of money (QTM) states that the general price level of goods and services is directly proportional to the amount of money in circulation, or money supply..
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