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Seminar paper on 'helicopter money' using an article by the Economist. UNSW 3rd year course

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Macroeconomics Economy Money Monetary policy Inflation Helicopter money Deflation Money supply Central bank Money creation Ben Bernanke Interest rate Milton Friedman
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Macroeconomics Economy Money Monetary policy Inflation Helicopter money Deflation Money supply Central bank Money creation Ben Bernanke Interest rate Milton Friedman
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economist.com/news/finance-and-economics/21697227-get-out-slump-worlds-central- banks-consider-handing-out-cash-money What is stopping money dropping from the heavens The institutional, ideational and structural forces that impede ‘helicopter money’. The Economist article ‘Money from Heaven’ discussed whether ‘helicopter money’ is the last remaining tool in central banks’ arsenal to combat growing concerns over deflation. ‘Helicopter money’ is a monetary policy which involves fiscal stimulus. It can range from printing money to cover government expenditure, giving payments directly to citizens, or tax cuts (Economist 2016). It should be emphasised that ‘helicopter money’ is not financed through government borrowing or taxation, but by the central bank printing money (Friedman 1969). This paper proc...
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