Working Papers

January 1983, No. 83-2

The Effects of Cash Management Practices on the Demand for Demand Deposits

Michael Dotsey

(A version of this work was published in the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's Economic Review, 1984, Vol. 70, No. 5 )

During the mid-1970s standard regressions explaining the demand for money underwent a well documented shift.  This shift was largely attributed to the adoption of a more sophisticated methods of cash management practices by firms.



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