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Nikolay Gertchev

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Nikolay Gertchev holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and currently lives in Belgium, where he works for an international organization.

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Review: Monetary Policy after the Great Recession: The Role of Interest Rates

Central BanksMonetary Policy

09/22/2021Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Nikolay Gertchev reviews Arkadiusz Sieron's effort to investigate the failure of expansionary monetary policy to address the challenges of the 2008–09 Great Recession.
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The Illusions of Inflation Targeting, with an Application to Ukraine

Money Supply

09/10/2021Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Abstract: This article reviews the analytical justification, the theoretical content, and the practical experience of inflation targeting, which has become the standard framework for monetary policy. It shows that due to the inflation-targeting literature’s neglect for the money demand as part of...
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From Monetary Nationalism to Monetary Imperialism

Money and Banking

11/01/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Hayek’s crucial insight that a fundamental banking reform is a prerequisite for monetary reform aiming at international stability is timely today.
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Review of The Ontology and Function of Money: The Philosophical Fundamentals of Monetary Institutions

Monetary TheoryMoney and Banking

09/13/2016Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This ambitious new book on the foundations of money and monetary institutions is an impressive interdisciplinary exercise.
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From Monetary Nationalism to Monetary Imperialism: Fractional Reserve Banking and the Inter-Government Cooperation

Money and BanksInterventionismMoney and BankingPolitical Theory

10/08/2014Mises Media
The F.A. Hayek Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Toby Baxendale , presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 22 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Includes an introduction by Joseph T. Salerno. Music by Kevin MacLeod.
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