Irving Fisher

What Is the Quantity Theory of Money?
Take a look at the tenets, assumptions and challenges of monetarism's principal theory. ... 
The International Fisher Effect: An Introduction
The Fisher models have the ability to illustrate the expected relationship between ...

Can real interest rates be negative?
Discover the circumstances that can cause real interest rates to be negative and learn how to calculate the values of real ... 
What is Fisher's separation theorem?
Fisher's separation theorem stipulates that the goal of any firm is to increase its value to the fullest extent, regardless ...
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