ABSTRACT. Real money is a function of nominal money, and the effect of changing prices on the nominal budget of the individual financier/consumer is knowable only by the individual. Salvary argues that nominal money prices, specific price changes, and rates of return on nominal money guide the output decisions for the physical quantities. The preponderance of empirical evidence supports the view that money is an endogenous variable.

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