Demand for Money has attracted the interest of great Economist. From Irving Fisher to John Maynard Keynes,William Baumol, James Tobin,Milton Friedman etc.The study of the Demand for Money is not restricted to one market, but related to several markets(Money Market, Capital Market,Foreign Exchange Market etc),hence it has a direct bearing on monetary policy and so relevant to the study of Macro Economics. In Nigeria, the study of the Demand for Money gained prominence in the 1970's with the great debate known as the ''TATTOO Debate'', on the stability of Demand for Money function and whether income is the significant determinant of Demand for Money in nigeria. Over time,the development of global financial markets offered alternatives to holding cash which means the canonical specification of the Demand for Money needs to be improved. In Nigeria, Economic reforms at the turn of the 21st century has improved private sector performance and increased capitalization of the Nigerian stock market.This means stock market variables can no longer be ignored in modelling Demand for Money in Nigeria. This study examines the Demand for Money with particular reference to the Nigerian stock market.
Here, collected together for the first time in eBook (because quite frankly, who would want to carry all of these around as actual books? Imagine the scorn on the bus!) are seven of Adam Roberts' superb parodies of popular culture. From the Soddit and his not-a-shameless-cash-in journey to the cavern of Smug the dragon - during which he finds a ring, which may well feature in later books and/or films - to the dragon with a girl tattoo (look, it was very popular at the time, OK?), here you will find lovingly crafted, affectionate (well, sometimes) takes on some of the most loved - or at least financially successful - 'works of art' of our time. Contains THE SODDIT, DOCTOR WHOM, THE DRAGON WITH THE GIRL TATTOO, THE McATRIX DERIDED, STAR WARPED, THE SELLAMILLION and THE VA DINCI COD.