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u/Integralds · 12 pointsr/badeconomics

A good place to start is Peter Ireland's short Palgrave Handbook article on the transmission mechanism.

For an undergraduate-level discussion, Mishkin's monetary textbook devotes a full chapter to the subject (26, "Transmission Mechanisms of Monetary Policy").

For a graduate-level discussion, Blanchard's paper "Why Does Money Affect Output? A Survey" in the 1990 Handbook of Monetary Economics is useful.

For the consumption literature, a recent review is Attanasio and Weber's 2010 JEL, "Consumption and Saving."

That'll get you started. Let me know if you have any further questions. Also, I had a similar discussion with u/colacoca about these issues about a year and a half ago, part 1 & part 2 & part 3.

u/kwanijml · 2 pointsr/Bitcoin

Is there a particular aspect you're interested in? Texts on my particular interest or way of looking at money are rare-to-non-existent. Most of what's out there blows over the mechanics of how money comes about, and is either a macro treatise or a historical detail (both interesting, but leaves an idea gap). I've had to pick through a lot of work in order to find support for the ideas that I feel are most applicable to bitcoin's development.

In economics, there's almost always more than one way, or framework through which to view a phenomenon. Most academic papers are focused on macro money supply and management, or money in relation to trade and banking. There is a framework though, of money as a network good, which you can find quite a few papers on, which explores a lot of the concepts I talked about. Here's a good primer and example of what I'm talking about.

There is a lot of economic history to sift through. I could recommend Rothbard's Money and Banking, for some useful history, and from an archeological standpoint, there's David Graeber's well-known work, which I would take with a large grain of salt, but is still pretty interesting.

Just about any macro text, like Mishkin's will do an equally good job boring you to sleep with good foundations of understanding money and it's modern role in financial systems and economies. But I would again caution, that the definitions used to describe money are sound, but only one way of looking at the phenomenon, and that's fine for those texts as they are not too concerned with origin mechanics as much as aggregates and macro mechanics

There are of course the state theory of money (chartalism), market theory; and those two are more or less correct; and then there's the credit theory. . .which really, is only applicable for small high trust economies, and even then, in it's purest form (if developed to it's logical ends) is really just a market theory of a money based on a pure ledger, where they didn't have modern information technology (or cryptographic hash functions!) in order to make the system efficient or scaleable.

u/arcanumoid · 1 pointr/greece

>Το μπανκ ραν άσχετε δε μπορεί να γίνει στα ΑΤΜ γιατί έχουν όριο ανάληψης. Και το όριο αυτό είναι απελπιστικά μικρό για να καταρρεύσει το τραπεζικό σύστημα μιας χώρας.

Σε παρακαλώ, διάβασε πρώτα τι είναι bank run . Δεν γνωρίζεις για τι πράγμα μιλάς και εξευτελίζεσαι.

Οι τράπεζες δεν είναι δυνατίν να δώσουν πίσω όλα τα χρήματα των καταθέσεων. Bank run συμβαίνει όταν χαθεί η πίστη στο τραπεζικό σύστημα και τρέχουν όλοι να πάρουν τα λεφτά τους. Στο δημοψήφισμα είχαμε και τα 2. Χάθηκε η πίστη και τρέχανε όλοι να πάρουν τα λεφτά τους.

Οι τράπεζες ήταν κλειστές άρα αναγκαστηκά υπήρχαν μόνο τα ATM διαθέσιμα για να βγάλει λεφτά ο κόσμος. Όταν άνοιγαν οι τράπεζες θα έβλεπες τον κόσμο να σηκώνει και τα μεγάλα ποσά. ΓΙΑ ΑΥΤΟ ΔΕΝ ΑΝΟΙΞΑΝ ΟΙ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΕΣ, και μπήκαν και τα capital controls (ώστε να σταματήσουν το bank run).

Αυτό που είχαμε στο δημοψήφισμα ήταν textbook bank run.

>Τράβα άνοιξε κανά βιβλίο.

LOL. Είναι προφανές οτι δεν έχεις ιδέα για τι πράγμα μιλάς, αλλά το παίζεις και έξυπνος. Αν θέλεις μπορώ να σου προτείνω καλά βιβλία (αλλά είναι ακριβά και στα Αγγλικά). Θα σου πρότεινα πχ αυτό