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Significance and Affects of Money Demand for Finance Motive at Keynes’ Liquidity Preference Theory

Hakan Naim ARDOR, Serdar VARLIK.

Abstract
The aim of this study is to examine the contributions of Keynes’ Money Demand Theory for Finance Motive to economic literature and starting in new discussions at this framework. In his studies bearing the dates of 1937 and 1938, Keynes has entitled the money demand ,which occurs before the investment expenditures are completed and before these expenditures affect the level of national income at the end of multiplier process, as “Money demand for finance motive’’. By using money demand concept with financial motive, Keynes has stressed rejection of dichotomy, endogenous money supply and the importance of banking system in a stable capitalist economy. Moreover, opinions of Keynes about money demand for finance motive has created several discussions at framework of Post Keynesian and Monetary Circuitist Approaches.

Key words: Money Demand for Finance Motive, Endogenous Money Supply. JEL Classification: E12, E41, E50, E51



KEYNES’İN LİKİDİTE TERCİHİ KURAMI’NDA FİNANS MOTİFİ İLE PARA TALEBİNİN ÖNEMİ VE ETKİLERİ

Özet
Bu çalışmanın amacı, Keynes’in Finans Motifiyle Para Talebi Kuramı’yla iktisat yazınına yaptığı katkıları ve başlayan yeni tartışmaları incelemektir. Keynes, 1937 yılında yayımladığı çalışmalarında, yatırım harcamaları henüz tamamlanmadan ve bu harcamalar çarpan süreci sonucunda milli gelir düzeyini etkilemeden önce ortaya çıkan para talebini, “finans motifiyle para talebi” olarak adlandırmaktadır. Keynes, finans motifiyle para talebi kavramını kullanarak, dikotominin reddini, para arzının içselliğini ve kapitalist bir ekonominin istikrarında bankacılık sisteminin önemini vurgulamaktadır. Ayrıca, Keynes’in finans motifiyle para talebi hakkındaki görüşleri, Post Keynesyen ve Parasal Dolaşımcı Yaklaşımlar çerçevesinde bir takım tartışmalar yaratmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Finans Motifiyle Para Talebi, İçsel Para Arzı. JEL Sınıflaması: E12, E41, E50, E51


 
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