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Sb Gupta Monetary Economics.pdf

Sb Gupta Monetary Economics.pdf

Monetary economics is a branch of economics that studies the role of money and monetary institutions in the economy. It analyzes how money affects various aspects of economic activity, such as production, consumption, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, and financial markets. Monetary economics also examines the design and implementation of monetary policy, which is the use of money supply and interest rates to influence the economy.

One of the prominent books on monetary economics is Monetary Economics: Institutions, Theory, and Policy by Suraj B. Gupta. This book was first published in 1982 by S. Chand, and it covers the Indian context of monetary economics. The book has 432 pages and it is divided into four parts: Part I deals with the institutional framework of money and banking in India; Part II covers the theoretical foundations of monetary economics; Part III discusses the monetary policy in India; and Part IV explores some special topics, such as international monetary system, inflation, and economic development.

Sb Gupta Monetary Economics.pdf

The book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of economics, as well as researchers and policy makers who are interested in monetary economics. The book provides a comprehensive and updated overview of the subject, with a focus on the Indian experience. The book also includes numerous examples, diagrams, tables, and exercises to enhance the understanding of the concepts and theories.

Another book by Suraj B. Gupta on monetary economics is Monetary Planning for India. This book was published in 1981 by Oxford University Press, and it examines the role of monetary planning in India's economic development. The book argues that monetary planning is essential for achieving a balanced growth of output, employment, and prices in India. The book also suggests some measures to improve the effectiveness of monetary planning in India, such as strengthening the coordination between fiscal and monetary policies, reforming the financial sector, and adopting a flexible exchange rate regime.

Suraj B. Gupta is a professor of economics at Gujarat University. He has written several books and articles on various topics related to monetary economics, such as money supply, interest rates, inflation, balance of payments, exchange rates, and economic development. He has also served as a consultant to various national and international organizations, such as Reserve Bank of India, Planning Commission of India, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and United Nations.

Monetary economics is a fascinating and important field of study that helps us understand how money affects the economy and how monetary policy can be used to achieve economic goals. Suraj B. Gupta's books are valuable resources for anyone who wants to learn more about this subject.

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