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Due to modernization of payment methods I find the money sypply and demand model antiquated. The new payment methods as bank transfers or credit cards make the old monetary model obsolet. The monetary phenomena doesn’t work as a currency flow and printed money can’t control the basic variables of an economy. Because of that I have developed a monetary model based in the monetary supply guided by the interest rate, which only operates increasing or decreasing the supply of new money related to the interest rate, and a demand of money, not based in consumption and demand for currency, based in the needs of companies to operate their business according to the resources of the economy as a whole, as consumption or investment.

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This is my last work. I would like to know your opinion. If someone is willing to help me in order to do a professional paper contact me. In this version I explained all easily and I develop new approaches to central bank guidance and interest rate functioning.

Ryan McConnell.
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Now all is well explained and I should demostrate that the monetarist theory of inflation rate equal to interest rate in equilibrium is correct.

With a fixed exchange rate and sometimes with a flexible exchange rate monetary supply can be switched like in the old model. My new model accept those kind of switches too.

Algebra is a little bit messy on this paper. I finally demonstrated that inflation rate and interest rate have to be equal to tend to zero. I have demonstrated too how to calculate the rate of interest necessary for a inflation target. Don't hesitate to contact me if you want this information.

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