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The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets by Frederic S. Mishkin (2009-10-30)

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  • By Roland Martinez on September 2, 2012

    This is a good textbook that really helped me gain a good understanding of monetary policy. It covers current topics such as inflation targeting, the Taylor principle, sterilized currency intervention and the zero lower bound. The book also covered supply and demand for investments and what factors cause supply and demand to increase and decrease.I feel like I have a good grasp of what is going on currently inside the Fed. Bernanke is using inflation targeting and Mishkin is a proponent of the tactic. It also covered quantitative easing and the time preference theory of bond investment. I think I have a good grasp of the topic. Several chapters have appendices that are available for free online. Reading through those was an extra bonus when it came to test time.The book did have a couple of errors. Sometimes it would be a slight grammar error or a slight math error. Sometimes it would say something that was completely the opposite of what it said in the next sentence. Fortunately there was enough content that I was able to work through these but to notice an error every 50 pages or so was grating. A book in its tenth edition should not have these issues.Because I found this book to be a great supplement to my macroeconomic studies I'll rate it highly. For the crazy prices that publishers charge for textbooks, this book deserves another rundown from the editors.

  • By Guest on January 28, 2017

    This guys the real deal in the Monetary Policy world and knows his stuff.This was for class and I definitely recommend actually reading it. The first 1/3 is mostly technical, getting the reader caught up in some basic economic theory and adding in some definitions so you have a background knowledge going forward. The rest of the text you can really tell that the author has a passion for the subject; it gets more and more "impassioned" if that can be used in a monetary policy/economics sense. It is the dismal science after all.

  • By Joel Benson on March 23, 2017

    Just a warning to people looking to buy the paperback version of the text book because it's cheaper. The "applied problems" in the paperback version use different numbers for some reason despite being the same version. So if your professor assigns homework from the book the answers from the "applied problems" section will be wrong.

  • By Nakul M. on October 6, 2017

    My brother needed this for school and it does the job since he can rent it and give it back after the semester.

  • By C. Lynn Bolin on August 20, 2013

    The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets is a text book published in 1997. I bought it because I want to understand the subject without the focus on the recent crises. I bought this one and "Modern Banking (2005)" to better understand how the markets function and the crises. Mishkin identified the factors that made the crisis worse 10 years before the financial crisis.I am only half way through the book now, but it has helped me understand more of the evolution of the markets and the inherent instability. I wish I had started with this book years ago. While it is a textbook it is suitable for those who want to understand the markets.

  • By Cassie on November 4, 2016

    This is a GLOBAL aka INTERNATIONAL version text book. Often these kinds of text books are the exactly or nearly the same, however this one had reorganized chapters and information and left almost my entire economics class (those that had purchased the global edition) failing their exams! ISBN and edition match the regular/US edition. Don't be fooled!

  • By Guest on February 7, 2017

    This is a very excellent book,I bought it because I want to understand the subject without the focus on the recent crises,and transportation is also timely~~

  • By Harrison E on January 13, 2017

    This book I read cover to cover and I must say that it is one of the best business books I've been exposed to in my life. This explains in very easy terms the facts that most people don't even consider

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