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Title      : BEC- 22 Money Banking and Public Finance
Subject      : Economics
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 24/180
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Concepts, Functions and Role of Money Total views (299)  
After reading this Unit, students will be able to explain the concept and functions of Money. They will also be able to describe the role of Money in different economic systems.
Pages: 12
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Fisher's Equation of Exchange Total views (295)  
The value of money refers to purchasing power in terms of goods and services in general. The purchasing power of money depends on the prevalent price level. If the prices are high, the purchasing power of money is low. Conversely if the price level is low the purchasing power of money is high. So the value of money is inversely related to the price level.
Pages: 7
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Cash Balance Approach Total views (302)  
The value of money according to cash balance approach depends on the demand for and supply of money. Price is determined at a point where demand and supply of money are equal. So changes in the value of money can be caused by changes either in its demand or supply or both. Cash balance approach is only an application of general theory of value to the problem of money. The approach considers demand ......
Pages: 5
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Restatement of Quantity Theory of Money Total views (299)  
Milton Friedman restated the quantity theory he tries to explain the inverse relationship between rate of change in price and demand for money after reading this unit you will be able to understood restatement of quantity theory of money Factor influencing demand for money.
Pages: 4
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Inflation Total views (283)  
Inflation is a common Phenomenon is both developed and developing economies. Economists are the opinion that a mild Inflation is conducive to achieve economic development.
Pages: 12
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Deflation Total views (281)  
Deflation is defined as a situation where supply of money is less than the demand for money. The supply of money is inadequate to meet the business requirements in the economy. Then the price of goods and services has a tendency to fall. Value of money starts rising. This explanation of deflation dose not tells us how to estimate exact requirement of money in an economy.
Pages: 7
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Functions of Commercial Banks Total views (290)  
Commercial Bank occupies an important place in the modern economy. It acts as an intermediary between the savers and investors. It encourages saving habits among people, provides loans and advances for production purposes. It provides credit and utility services to the customers. Strong and well developed commercial banks are highly useful to achieve economic development. All economic activities ......
Pages: 6
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Types-Unit Banking and Branch Banking Total views (278)  
Unit Banking is a system under which an individual bank carries on banking business either through single branch or through few branches. Unit Banking is also known as localized banking.
Pages: 8
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Credit Creation Total views (279)  
Commercial banks play a very significant role in the supply of money in the economy by creation of credit. Commercial banks deal in money. That is, they borrow money from those who have surplus and lend it to those who are in need. Therefore, they are called the purveyors of money According to R.S. Sayers "Banks are not-merely purveyors of money but also in an important sense manufacturers of mon ......
Pages: 12
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Balance Sheet of a Commercial Bank Total views (290)  
Banking is a business much like any other business. An indication of the financial position of a business concern may be obtained by examining its statement of liabilities and assets called 'Balance Sheet'. Balance Sheet is a statement of a firm's financial position on a particular day of the year; as of that moment it provides a complete picture of what the firms owns (its assets) and what it ow ......
Pages: 8
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Changing Theories of Commercial Banking Total views (294)  
Commercial banks deal with others' money. Since the inception of commercial banking we notice certain changes in its principles. Usually commercial banks run under certain principles. These principles changes from time to time. These principles relate to liquidity,safety and profitability. We have already discussed how a bank manager has to strike a balance among these objectives.
Pages: 6
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Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development Total views (294)  
Banking is a business like any other business. We have seen that the business in which banks are engaged may be described as that of dealers in debts. They carry on many specialized activities which have earned them the title department stores of finance. The most important aspects of banking, however relate to the operations of commercial banks as lenders and deposit administrators. The commerci ......
Pages: 4
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Origin and Growth of Central Bank Total views (297)  
Central banking is different from commercial banking or any other type of banking.Central bank occupies a pivotal position in any economy. Central Bank formulates the monetary policy. Effectiveness of monetary policy is determined by the existence of strong central bank.
Pages: 6
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Central Banking Functions Total views (294)  
Central banks perform the following function in spite of differences in social, political and economic systems.
Pages: 6
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Role of Central Bank in Economic Development Total views (292)  
The role of the central bank in financing economic development is a problem of acute controversy. The advocators of orthodox central banking ideas hold that it is not the function of a central bank to finance economic development. They fear that such financing would ultimately lead to monetary disequilibrium. According to whom the primary responsibility of the central bank is the maintenance of m ......
Pages: 5
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Quantitative Credit Control Measures Total views (287)  
Credit plays a predominant role in the modern economic system. In the present day world, most of the business transactions are carried on through credit. Credit plays the same role as money. Changes in the volume of credit have exactly the same effects on the purchasing power, internal price level and economic activities as changes in the supply of money. Therefore fluctuations in the volume of c ......
Pages: 6
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Qualitative Credit Control Measures Total views (287)  
The quantitative credit controls such as the bank rate policy, the open market operation,the variable cash reserve ratio control the total quantity of credit in the economy, and, in the process, affect indiscriminately all the sections of the economy which depend upon credit. Consequently, a contraction of credit hits equally severally all lines of economic activities,desirable and undesirable.
Pages: 7
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Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries(NBFIs) Total views (296)  
Non Banking Financial Intermediaries play a very important role in the economic development of a country. This is particularly true since 1990. They play an important role in the structure of the Indian Financial System. They play an important role in the mobilization of savings and Investments. They bridge the credit gaps in several sectors which the commercial banks are unable to meet. These ins ......
Pages: 7
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Nature and Scope of Public Economics Total views (313)  
Public Economics is an important branch of study of Economics. Earlier it was called Public Finance. The scope of public Economics is broader than the scope of Public Finance. India is a mixed economy. Both private sector and public sector co-exist. Therefore it is important to assign some areas to private sectors and some other areas to public sector. Government achieves its objectives through t ......
Pages: 8
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Public Revenue and Canons of Taxation Total views (297)  
Government needs huge funds to meet increasing public expenditure particularly with the development of concepts such as functional finance and welfare state. Besides earning incomes, the government has to borrow internally and externally. Government gets its revenue by various sources. All those sources are broadly divided into tax revenue and non tax revenues.
Pages: 11
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Effects of Taxation Total views (320)  
After studying this lesson students will be able to understand the effects of taxation on production and distribution. They will also be able to understand other effects of taxation
Pages: 5
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Public Expenditure Total views (329)  
Public expenditure is that expenditure of the public authorities - central, state and local governments to satisfy the common wants of the people. Public expenditure tends to satisfy collective social wants. Before the 19th century economists gave very little attention to public expenditure. The governments used to perform only civil administration and the defence of the country against external ......
Pages: 10
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Public Debt Total views (323)  
Public debt is a term used for all short term and long term borrowings of government from the people. The central government, state governments and local bodies borrow from the people. These accumulated borrowed amounts constitute the Public debt. Before 19th century Public debt was very little importance. But in the 20th century the size of the public debt has increased enormously. Today public ......
Pages: 10
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Deficit Financing Total views (322)  
Deficit financing refers to the financing of the excess expenditure over the total revenue receipts of the government during a year, by various methods. Therefore, Deficit Financing =Total Expenditure-Total Public Revenue.
Pages: 8
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