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JOURNAL ARTICLE
A Critical Note on the Optimum Supply of Money
S. C. Tsiang
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
Vol. 1, No. 2, Conference on Money and Economic Growth (May, 1969), pp. 266-280 (15 pages)
Published By: Ohio State University Press
https://doi.org/10.2307/1991274
https://www.​jstor​.org​/stable/1991274
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Founded in 1969, the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (JMCB) is a leading professional journal read and referred to by scholars, researchers, and policymakers in the areas of money and banking, credit markets, regulation of financial institutions, international payments, portfolio management, and monetary and fiscal policy. The JMCB represents a wide spectrum of viewpoints and specializations in its fields through its advisory board, associate editors, and referees from academic, financial, and governmental institutions around the world.
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The Ohio State University Press was established in 1957 and currently publishes 50-60 new books a year. We specialize in literary and cultural studies, (including comics, narrative theory, Victorian studies, and medieval studies) American studies, rhetoric and communication, gender and sexuality studies, and race and ethnic studies (including Black studies and Latinx studies). We also acquire books in regional studies on our Trillium imprint, creative works, on our Mad Creek imprint, and linguistics. In addition to its books, the Press publishes a distinguished group of journals including Inks, the journal of the Comics Studies Society, American Periodicals, Victorians, North American Journal of Celtic Studies, and Narrative.
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