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Monetary Policy under the Classical Gold Standard (1870s - 1914)
under the Classical Gold Standard followed the so-called “rules of the game” and , .... credible, such a country could violate the “rules of the game” in the short-run ..... a process of (short-term) interest rate convergence from the 1880s to. 1914.
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Monetary Policy under the Classical Gold Standard (1870s - 1914
under the Classical Gold Standard followed the so-called “rules of the game” and , .... credible, such a country could violate the “rules of the game” in the short-run ..... a process of (short-term) interest rate convergence from the 1880s to. 1914.
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Monetary sovereignty during the classical gold standard era: the
1914 gold standard functioned in the Ottoman Empire. The following ... perspectives on the “rules of the game” with reference to monetary sovereignty. Section 2.
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The Price of Stability. - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Under the classical gold standard (1880-1914), the Bank of France .... violations of the rules of the game did not threaten the credibility of the exchange rate.
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The Gold Standard As a Rule: An Essay in Exploration - Finn Kydland
standard, served as a credible commitment mechanism (or a rule) to monetary and. fiscal policies ... rules in the period from 1880 to 1914. By contrast ... relative of the classical gold standard in that the center country, the United States, ...... One can reconcile the violation of the rules of the game and the use of gold devices ...
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Is deflation depressing? Evidence from the Classical Gold Standard
stability not terribly dissimilar to that of the classical gold standard era.1 ... 1896 in 1880, because of the distinct difference in the growth experience before and after 1880. The ..... Canada and the US from 1873 and 1914. ..... Bordo, M. and R. MacDonald, (1997) "Violations of the Rules of the Game and the Credibility of.
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The Bank of England and the Rules of the Game under the - Core
Volume Title: A Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard, 1821-1931. Volume .... and moved in opposite directions, indicating rules violation. He found for .... from the late 1880s to 1914 to find out how well Bank actions fit the rules of the game. ..... comes from lags of low order lends credibility to the results. The other.
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The Political Economy of Commitment to the Gold Standard First
Apr 21, 2002 ... ability of nations to credible commit to gold, while (2) democratic ... From 1880 to 1914, an integrated world economy was forged for the .... during the classical gold standard period (1880-1913). ... violations of the gold convertibility rule in the core and in the periphery. ... from the so-called “rules of the game.
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adherence as evidence of a credible commitment and would allow the ... The classical gold standard era from 1880 to 1914, when most countries of the ..... One can reconcile the violation of the 'rules of the game' and the use of gold devices,.
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the gold standard in theory and history - eBooks
The gold standard as a rule ... the rise, reign, and demise of the classical gold standard .... on a global scale only for a third of a century, from 1880 to 1914. ..... they at the same time behave in this way, violating the rules of the game? .... Everything depended, then, on the credibility of the authorities' commitment to the  ...
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that even under the classical gold standard domestic monetary autonomy ... credible fix (1) clearly defeat the objective. ..... under the supposed “rules of the game” of the classical gold standard. ... these classical rules were not always followed in practice, even before 1914; ...... Violations of the “Rules of the Game” and the.
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Floating against the tide : Spanish monetary policy, 1870 - UC3M
the peseta on gold both before and after 1914.Why Spain never ... Spanish authorities during the era of the classical gold standard and the years ... the so- called 'rules of the game', while others systematically evaded the rules and ... considered a country's commitment to gold as credible, the country could violate the rules of ...
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Full paper (352 KB PDF) - Board of Governors of the Federal
classical gold standard represented a highly credible target zone system and Bordo and ... policy in order to see how the rules of the game have changed over time. ...... Bordo, Michael D. and Ronald MacDonald (1997) “Violations of the ' Rules of the Game' and the Credibility of the Classical Gold Standard, 1880-1914 ”.
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The Bank of England as the world gold market-maker - Norges Bank
operations in the gold market at the heyday of the classical gold standard. ... entailing international gold flows), they have generally been seen as violations of the (alleged) ... policymakers' unwillingness to comply with the “rules of the game ” was a sort ...... Classical Gold Standard 1880-1914, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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The Role of Gold in the Monetary System - Nationalbanken
The clearly defined rules pertaining to the classical gold standard made it a binding ..... USA, 1998. Bordo, Michael D. and MacDonald, Ronald, Violations of the "Rule of the Game" and the Credibility of the Classical Gold Standard, 1880- 1914,.
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A Bitcoin Standard: Lessons from the Gold Standard - Bank of Canada
gold standard and the “rules of the game” countries operating under the gold ... period 1880 to 1914 is sometimes referred to as the “Classical Gold Standard” ..... [he] found that pre-World War I central banks violated those [“rules of the game”] ..... Ultimately, however, the credibility of the prewar gold standard rested on inter- .
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Target zones in History and Theory : efficiency, credibility and policy
Sep 18, 2014 ... points” (as the gold standard exchange rate band was known): “The ..... Bordo, M.D. and R. MacDonald, 2005, Violations of the rule of the game and the credibility of the classical gold standard, 1880-1914, Journal of Monetary ...
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as credible, the country could violate the rules of the game in the short term to further other policy ..... Spain did not follow the rules of the game in the classical gold standard era of 1880-1914.14 The annual variation in the Bank of Spain's domestic ... reserve ratio. The higher the reserve ratio, the greater the credibility the.
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The Trilemma in History: Tradeoffs Among Exchange Rates - Dnb
Bordo and Flandreau 2003) that even under the classical gold standard ... credible fix (1) clearly defeat the objective. .... that the pre-1914 era was one of perhaps even greater market integration than today in certain ...... Violations of the “Rules of the Game” and the. Credibility of the Classical Gold Standard, 1880 –1914.
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An 'art', not a 'science'? - Instituto de Ciências Sociais da
of England's observance of the 'rules of the game', which was flexible in ... to be accepted as a fact of life of the classical gold standard. ... ibility in 1891, the Bank of Portugal frequently violated the 'rules of the game' ..... 32 Using yearly data from a sample of 12 central banks between 1880 and 1914, Bloomfield, Monetary .
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