Every month, the Institute of International Monetary Research produces a series of notes analysing the latest monetary trends in the world's largest economies - the USA, China, Japan, India, the UK and the Eurozone - along with an accompanying video. Our latest note can be accessed under Research - Monthly Money Update as well as the latest video.
We publish a brief analysis on the relation between changes in the amount of money and in nominal income (or nominal GDP) in 17 economies world-wide. You can access the charts and data that show the inflationary effects resulting from an excessive rate of money in the economy using historical data, up to 2018
Money determines income and the change in prices. The chart above shows the average annual % change in quantity of money, broadly-defined, and nominal national income in the various countries, 1981-2018. For the interactive chart and data please access the full post.
The purpose of the Institute of International Monetary Research is to demonstrate and bring to public attention the strong relationship between the quantity of money on the one hand, and the levels of national income and expenditure on the other. The Institute is heavily involved in the analysis of banking systems, particularly their role in … Continue reading Mission Statement
Introduction with Professor Tim Congdon Professor Tim Condon, the founder of the Institute of International Monetary Research, discusses the link between money and national income, and explains the website.
MSc Programme The University of Buckingham’s MSc programme in Money, Banking and Central Banking is designed to offer specialised teaching in banking and financial markets which is particularly relevant given all the changes introduced during the last global financial crisis, as well as the changes made by major central banks in the running of their monetary policies … Continue reading Our Programmes