Abstract

This study investigates the theoretical and empirical sides of the government controlling the money supply and the influence it has on others. Based upon the fundamental form of the five-graph model and edgeworth box, as well as relevant literature, a theoretical model is constructed that establishes the main criteria the government controls and aspects it merely has an influence on. The hypothesis being tested is the government control of the money supply to influence interest rates in order to minimize its own debt.

Advisor

Verdon, Lisa

Department

Economics

Disciplines

Economics

Publication Date

2012

Degree Granted

Bachelor of Arts

Document Type

Senior Independent Study Thesis

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