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In spite of the number of references made to the Fed funds market, I believe most people don't fully understand how it operates.
Prices convey a significant amount of important information about markets. Limited models can prove useful in demonstrating theories about market pricing.
Markets emerge from the exchange of goods and services. Those exchanges determine the allocation of resources. Free markets comprise voluntary exchanges free from intervention. Free markets represent a natural condition that operates effectively and efficiently without intervention.
Markets operate as systems. They have connections from one element to another plus feedback mechanism that allow processes in one element to affect process in another, sometimes distant element.
The Free Market Center will use various media types in striving to accomplish its mission of providing clear explanations of free markets.
Monetary intervention represents one of the more sinister influences on a market economy. Interference in the money supply cause distortions in money prices the laying false information to economic actors.
Certain principles and theories apply to the monetary system, regardless of the banking system or banking regulation. I am in the process of drafting the content for this section
The importance of money cannot be overstated. To not understand money and its role in the economy, amounts to not understanding the economy at all.
Economists seem to have difficulty agreeing on even basic assumptions about market behavior. They tend to classify their thinking according to various "schools."
Because of the connected nature of the world in which we live, systems thinking can aid in better reasoning.
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