The demand for money in a controlled developing economy: the case of Algeria
thesisposted on 31.10.2018 by Abderrahmane Chenini
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This thesis is a study of the demand for money in an environment where both the economic control of the state and the economic development process have an important impact on the behaviour of the economic agents. This work seeks, by defining the determinants of the monetary demand function, to determine a demand relationship which would reflect the impact of these two elements on the monetary behaviour of individuals. This study, which is sustained by an econometric investigation, focuses attention on the Algerian economic environment.
Algeria, Ministry of Higher Education; National Commission.
- Business and Economics