Essays in Economic Dynamics by R. M. Goodwin (auth.)

By R. M. Goodwin (auth.)

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2. Bank of England Statistical Summary. 3. Oxford Economic Papers, May 1939. 4. Most of the monetary data used will be in millions and this will be indicated by an 'm'. 5. Public deposits and securities are inverted. Movements up or down for all the factors will tend to be associated with equal movements in direction and magnitude of banks' cash. 6. It is not surprising that there should be imperfect action, since until 1931 the Bank of England did not know the level of cash reserves of banks. Only in The Supply of Bank Money in England and Wales, 1920-1938 27 7.

Where opinions differ, banks which are of the same opinion as those individuals who would be supplanted as bondholders will leave the added reserves unused. 7 If, on the other hand, the banks' opinion differs from that of the individuals, the reserves will be used-at least until the interest rate shifts enough to change the banks from intrato extra-marginal buyers. Therefore we have not only a theory of the determination of the current rate of interest, but also one of the determination, in part, of the stock of idle money and unused reserves.

As Professor Knight pointed out long ago, business decisions usually cannot be based on a priori or statistical probability. 13 The method might have some basis for dealing with expected variations in the yield per unit of input in agriculture, but surely not in expected bond prices. Although the probability curve is presumed to be rather symmetrical about the most probable value, it has nothing to do with the law of large numbers. It expresses mere vagueness and lack of knowledge. Whether one takes a subjective or an objective approach to the nature of probability, expectational probability is subjective in a different sense, for it conforms to nothing either past or present in the external world.

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